|From sampler on 20.12.2003, 16:24:
Question about Visual Studio 6 and .NET
any1 here knows if i can have installed both versions in my PC?? and if finally is possible compile Psycle on .NET ?
|From [JAZ] on 20.12.2003, 17:45:
Short answer : yes and yes
|From FingerSoup on 20.12.2003, 22:11:
my experience through school, is that if you install MSVS 6 first, and MSVS .NET after it, they will both function normally, but the default app to run if you double-click on a project, will be .NET.
|From pooplog on 21.12.2003, 05:17:
Under XP I have had the same experience, msvc 6.0 and .net working independantly, installed 6.0 first - I use .net for mundane projects that don't require any sort of performance, and 6.0 for psycle, plugins, etc. 6.0 still compiles faster code.
|From sampler on 22.12.2003, 09:32:
ok, ok. Thnx boys!
|From kSh on 22.12.2003, 21:39:
|From FingerSoup on 23.12.2003, 03:12:
Because with Visual Studio .NET, their focus was on the .NET framework, and being able to include unmanaged code with managed code (and vice versa). Basically, Microsoft is sacrificing performance for options.
|From pooplog on 23.12.2003, 20:02:
|From FingerSoup on 23.12.2003, 23:50:
Microsoft? standards compliant???!? Wouldn't that encourage cross-platform programming? I thought their philosophy was to make it easy to have everything ported to Windows, but make it impossible to port from Windows to anything else...
|From pooplog on 24.12.2003, 02:57:
I should add that I only tested .net 7.0 vs 6.0 and not 7.1.
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