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DeserializeObject<T>(String, JsonSerializerSettings) not using JsonSerializerSettings

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None of the DeserializeObject overloads seem to be implementing the JsonSerializerSettings that are passed in. What is the expected behavior for this?
 
After pulling the source and looking at it, I have found that to at least implement the NullValueHandling you can add a check in class JsonSerializerInternalReader method PopulateList.
 
if (value != null || (this.Serializer.NullValueHandling == NullValueHandling.Include))
wrappedList.Add (value);
 
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Closed May 1, 2012 at 4:23 AM by JamesNK
Null value handling like this is only for properties, not collections.

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