Okay, so I’ve just been attempting to encrypt an Xml file that we’re using to store our player’s stats, and while switching over to the unity window for a second I got this thrown at me:
error CS0234: The type or namespace
Xml' does not exist in the namespaceSystem.Security.Cryptography’. Are
you missing an assembly reference?
Now, obviously the first thing to check is the Assembly Reference within Visual Studio - checked and System.Security is definitely there, which doesn’t really make sense in the first place as Unity is moaning about the Xml Namespace.
I then added all three of the Namespaces within System.Security.Cryptography and checked what Unity had to say, it proceeded to moan about the Xml and the Pkcs Namespaces but didn’t feel like telling me X509Certificates didn’t exist within System.Security.Cryptography.
The only conclusion that I can draw from this is that Unity’s definition of System.Security.Cryptography is wrong and I should look for alternate methods of encrypting my Xml file.
If any of you could reproduce this that’d be swell, otherwise tell me I’m missing something very obvious and should be slapped for my silly oversight.