Why was the 64-bit package unlisted and can it still be used in a limited capacity (I only need to request timeseries data for a single instrument)?
From https://www.nuget.org/packages/ThomsonReuters.Desktop.SDK.DataAccess.Signed.x64/ it states "The owner has unlisted this package. This could mean that the package is deprecated or shouldn't be used anymore." but I can still see it still being download regularly (https://www.nuget.org/stats/packages/ThomsonReuters.Desktop.SDK.DataAccess.Signed.x64?groupby=Version).
I'm hoping that even if it is delisted it can still be used to request simple data. The reason is because I made the mistake of building an app using that Data Api not knowing what its limitations were in what data it had access to (https://community.developers.refinitiv.com/questions/67830/how-to-convert-a-rhistory-function-into-a-eikondat.html).
Now I have a 64 bit dependent application (won't run on 86x) which I need to integrate a package that is only 32-bit (https://developers.refinitiv.com/en/api-catalog/eikon/-net-apis-for-use-in-custom-applications/tutorials). I don't want to redo my whole project as a 32-bit application and I'd prefer not to have to create a separate 32-bit project to house this Api in and spin it up when I need specific data not available in the Data Api.
If I can still download and use the unlisted 64-bit version it would save me countless hours of work and prevent my applications complexity from drastically increasing.