Debug CF 1.1-App on a CF 3.5 device

  • Thread starter James levertopf
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James levertopf

Hello

My device has CF 3.5 installed (and no older CF) and I cannot debug a CF
1.1-Application on that device.
I get the error:

Unable to start debugging. Check for one of the following.

1. The application you are trying to debug uses a version of the Microsoft
..NET Framework that is not supported by the debugger.
2. The debugger has made an incorrect assumption about the Microsoft .NET
Framework version your application is going to use.
3. The Microsoft .NET Framework version specified by you for debugging is
incorrect.


How can I solve it?

Thanks
 
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Markus Humm

James said:
Hello

My device has CF 3.5 installed (and no older CF) and I cannot debug a CF
1.1-Application on that device.
I get the error:

Unable to start debugging. Check for one of the following.

1. The application you are trying to debug uses a version of the Microsoft
.NET Framework that is not supported by the debugger.
2. The debugger has made an incorrect assumption about the Microsoft .NET
Framework version your application is going to use.
3. The Microsoft .NET Framework version specified by you for debugging is
incorrect.


How can I solve it?

Thanks

When I got such errors in the past they were so quickly closed that I
couldn't really read them. Don't know who designed them this crappy way,
but nevertheless: V1.1 of CF never existed. YOu mean V1.0.

But I also don't have any solution for you except:

- use a emulator if possible (Bluetooth emulation anybody please?)
- use a device with a earlier version of CF

Greetings

Markus
 
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James levertopf

Got the solution:

Made a config-file named myexe.exe.config with the following content:

<configuration>
<startup>
<supportedRuntime version="v2.0.5238"/>
<supportedRuntime version="v1.0.4292"/>
<supportedRuntime version="v1.0.3316"/>
<supportedRuntime version="v1.0.3111"/>
<supportedRuntime version="v1.0.2268"/>
</startup>
</configuration>


copied that to my device and yuuuuuuuuuuuuuuup it works, cool!
 

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