Is it possible to hide Warning Messages from C# script editor?

Is it possible to hide Warning Messages from C# script editor?

I constantly get this one:

  1. Warning (CS1701): Assuming assembly reference ‘RhinoCommon, Version=6.1.18023.13161, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=552281e97c755530’ matches ‘RhinoCommon, Version=6.11.18348.17061, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=552281e97c755530’, you may need to supply runtime policy

I know that I used old RhinoCommon, but do not wish to see this or change component color.

What editor? Grasshopper?

– Dale

Hi Dale,

I am resurrecting this post since I have the same warning message from C# components in Grasshopper sometimes. In my case there are .dll libraries that were compiled (by other subjects) against a previous version of RhinoCommon which are the cause. Is there a way to fix (or at least, as Petras is asking, avoid/hide the warnings) this without having to recompile the libraries? I did not compile them and I do not think there will be updates from the author (and I do not have access to the source code).

Thank you in advance,


Yes it is grasshopper script editor that gives messages about not the same version of rhinocommon or other dll. I do understand the reason that it shows warning messages of mismatch versions. But it would nice to have an option to hide them as in visual studio.

Scenario: testing library that is built on rhino 6.1 version, while running a code on rhino 6.13 version. This is usually needed because users do not have the most latest version of rhino.

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