The absolutely horrendous things you need to do to migrate to ASP.NET Core 6.x from 3.x & .NET 4.8

I have a very large code base with Service Fabric projects referencing ASP.NET Core Web API 3.x on the .NET Framework 4.8 (yeah, tell me about how crazy this even sounds — makes no sense to me).

I was forced to migrate these projects to ASP.NET Core 6.x today because of nuget hell, which is the new…

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