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I don't understand how we're going to get and set the correct values for the WebKitPath during our CI/CD process

This is a .net core application running as a web service.  We have developers working on windows and macs and the web service will exist in a Docker container running on Linux.

I'm currently hard-coding this value:

settings.WebKitPath = "/Users/{username}/.nuget/packages/syncfusion.htmltopdfconverter.qtwebkit.net.core/17.1.0.38/lib/QtBinariesMac/";

But this will fail for our windows developers.  Why aren't these libraries pulled into the project during a restore?  

Do you have a pattern for how this should work in the ci/cd environment for Docker builds?  

I'm sure we could hack something together but this should be part of the restore process.


Thanks!