Hello. Recently, while trying to build a project that has a reference to an Assembly generated three warnings (see attached image).
However, when I go to that assembly and rebuild it, it builds just fine. In the project, I remove the reference to the assembly and re-add it, try to build, and get the same errors.
I'm not quite sure how to go about fixing this, especially since the Assembly builds without issue. Everything here is .NET 4.0 in VS2010.
Generically, the warnings are to the effect of: "The primary reference "assembly" could not be resolved because it has an indirect dependency on the framework assembly....which could not be resolved in the currently targeted framework..."
Note that I did trace this down to the installation (via NuGet) of Google.Apis.Analytics.v3 Client Library. When I uninstall the installation from the Assembly, rebuild, and then rebuild my projects, everything is back to normal.
So, I'm not too sure why this Library would be causing everything to get blow'd up. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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