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Right now BinaryCompatibility.TargetsAtLeast_Desktop_V4_5_1 returns false.
That's because it's based on it’s based on parsing `System.AppDomain::GetTargetFrameworkName()` which returns 4.5 so some API will behave differently than MS in 4.5.1 (or more) even if the code is identical
However if we're shipping 4.5.1+ / 4.6 API then they should behave like MS .NET.
Sebastien, is that really master?
@Marek, no it was mono-4.8.0-branch originally and then I looked if `System.AppDomain::GetTargetFrameworkName()` was returning the same string on mono/master (and it did)
and not the property itself. Maybe that's worth updating ? not sure if it's still reachable from user code !?!
I have removed the method