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Re: xFx Plugins - C# 2005 Express

  • Subject: Re: xFx Plugins - C# 2005 Express
  • From: "drodegeb" <drodegeb@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 31 Jan 2006 12:07:33 -0000

I know it's been a while since I have had time to look at this, any
progress on your ends?  I am interested in developing xap plugins, but
am waiting until the framework for .net 2 has been released.



--- In xAP_developer@xxxxxxx, Stuart Booth <lists@x...> wrote:
> On Fri, 11 Nov 2005 12:49:07 -0000, "Edward Pearson"
> <edward.mailgroup@b...> wrote:
> >The probkem here is probably that VS05 uses .Net Framework 2.0
rather that
> >1.1.
> That's a good point actually, a 2.0 DLL is being found by a v1.1
> application. It might not be getting loaded as a result. I haven't
> tried this out myself yet (see below).
> > I'm not sure how they interoperate, or if it's possible to get
VS05 to
> >target .Net1.1 (even though it needs 2.0 to run itself since
> >it's written in). Stuart - any ideas? It's be great if this worked
as VS05
> >is rather nice!
> Indeed!
> The plan is to release a final .NET v1.1 xFx SDK package and leave
> that as a legacy release alongside an upgraded .NET v2.0 xFx SDK
> package which will be much more complete than before (examples, an
> actual [small] application or two, tech notes, HOWTOs etc, FAQs etc)
> I've still got to remove VS2005 beta2 and upgrade to the final release
> of VS2005.NET and then I can finally convert ALL my xFx projects to
> .NET 2.0. So far I've been running a parallel VS2005 solution with
> only a handful of key components converted so that I wasn't losing
> .NET v1.1 compatibility.
> That's a project for the w/e I think.
> S
> --
> Stuart Booth <stuart@x...>
> - a xAP software development framework for .net

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