dotnet framework 2.0


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Bonj

If I download the 2005 beta express versions and install them, will the .NET
framework 2.0 (beta) replace the existing 1.1 (non-beta) that's on my
machine? What I mean is will I have two versions side by side - i.e. is the
beta marked as 'this version is not allowed to replace an existing one' but
a non-beta isn't marked with that, is what I'm trying to get at.

And if 1.1 is installed over the top of 1.0, then does it replace it, and if
so, does an application developed with 1.0 still run against 1.1? When 2.0
(non-beta) is out, will it then replace 1.1 and will 1.1 applications still
run against it?

Thanks
 
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Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]

Bonj,

No, they will not replace each other. The versions of the framework
(even the betas) all have different version ids, and run side-by-side.

Hope this helps.
 
B

Bonj

So if I take an application developed against 1.0 and run it on a computer
that has already got 1.1, but don't install 1.0 aswell, will the app still
run?


Nicholas Paldino said:
Bonj,

No, they will not replace each other. The versions of the framework
(even the betas) all have different version ids, and run side-by-side.

Hope this helps.


--
- Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]
- (e-mail address removed)

Bonj said:
If I download the 2005 beta express versions and install them, will the
.NET framework 2.0 (beta) replace the existing 1.1 (non-beta) that's on
my machine? What I mean is will I have two versions side by side - i.e.
is the beta marked as 'this version is not allowed to replace an existing
one' but a non-beta isn't marked with that, is what I'm trying to get at.

And if 1.1 is installed over the top of 1.0, then does it replace it, and
if so, does an application developed with 1.0 still run against 1.1? When
2.0 (non-beta) is out, will it then replace 1.1 and will 1.1 applications
still run against it?

Thanks
 
S

SpongeBob SquarePants

I believe you need 1.0 installed to run a 1.0 developed app.

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Small Note: If you want to learn how to fix/do something, I'll point you to
it, but if you want me to do your work for you, it will cost you $50 USD per
hour - your choice.

Bonj said:
So if I take an application developed against 1.0 and run it on a computer
that has already got 1.1, but don't install 1.0 aswell, will the app still
run?


Nicholas Paldino said:
Bonj,

No, they will not replace each other. The versions of the framework
(even the betas) all have different version ids, and run side-by-side.

Hope this helps.


--
- Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]
- (e-mail address removed)

Bonj said:
If I download the 2005 beta express versions and install them, will the
.NET framework 2.0 (beta) replace the existing 1.1 (non-beta) that's on
my machine? What I mean is will I have two versions side by side - i.e.
is the beta marked as 'this version is not allowed to replace an
existing one' but a non-beta isn't marked with that, is what I'm trying
to get at.

And if 1.1 is installed over the top of 1.0, then does it replace it,
and if so, does an application developed with 1.0 still run against 1.1?
When 2.0 (non-beta) is out, will it then replace 1.1 and will 1.1
applications still run against it?

Thanks
 
R

Robert Rolls

should just work

Bonj said:
So if I take an application developed against 1.0 and run it on a computer
that has already got 1.1, but don't install 1.0 aswell, will the app still
run?


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Bonj,

No, they will not replace each other. The versions of the framework
(even the betas) all have different version ids, and run side-by-side.

Hope this helps.


--
- Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]
- (e-mail address removed)

Bonj said:
If I download the 2005 beta express versions and install them, will the
.NET framework 2.0 (beta) replace the existing 1.1 (non-beta) that's on
my machine? What I mean is will I have two versions side by side - i.e.
is the beta marked as 'this version is not allowed to replace an existing
one' but a non-beta isn't marked with that, is what I'm trying to get at.

And if 1.1 is installed over the top of 1.0, then does it replace it, and
if so, does an application developed with 1.0 still run against 1.1? When
2.0 (non-beta) is out, will it then replace 1.1 and will 1.1 applications
still run against it?

Thanks
 
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Carl Daniel [VC++ MVP]

Bonj said:
Anybody else to have the decider? It's one a-piece...
A 1.0 app should work with the 1.1 or 2.0 runtime. YMMV. Just as as app
designed for Windows 95 should normally run on XP, sometimes it doesn't.

-cd
 

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