Selecting a particular .NET framework version


L

LearningCF

Hi,

I just started developing applications on the .Net Compact Framework.
I've got .NET 1.1 and 2.0 installed on my machine along with VS 2005.
However, each time I deploy, it deploys it as a .NET 2.0 application.
How can I programmatically check and change the version of the framework
to use on the device. Basically I want to use v1.1. Any help would be
appreciated.

Thanks,
Steve
 
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L

LearningCF

LearningCF said:
Hi,

I just started developing applications on the .Net Compact Framework.
I've got .NET 1.1 and 2.0 installed on my machine along with VS 2005.
However, each time I deploy, it deploys it as a .NET 2.0 application.
How can I programmatically check and change the version of the framework
to use on the device. Basically I want to use v1.1. Any help would be
appreciated.

Thanks,
Steve

Sorry for a repeated post - didn't realize the first one went through.

Steve
 
D

dejan.spain

Were you able to solve this?!

I'm interested in knowing an answer to your question but I have a
question of my own, even simpler than yours!

How do I change .NET CF Framework Version of an existing project in an
existing VS2005 project?!?! There's nothing I can find in Project's
properties (Build or any other section)?!?!?

Please help...

BTW. I was able to change the version (from CF1 to CF2) by manually
editing the .sln (solution) file in notepad, but there has to be a
simpler way of achieving the same thing within VS IDE?!?!? ISN'T THERE?

TIA
 
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G

Guest

Were you able to solve this?!
I'm interested in knowing an answer to your question but I have a
question of my own, even simpler than yours!

How do I change .NET CF Framework Version of an existing project in an
existing VS2005 project?!?! There's nothing I can find in Project's
properties (Build or any other section)?!?!?

Please help...

BTW. I was able to change the version (from CF1 to CF2) by manually
editing the .sln (solution) file in notepad, but there has to be a
simpler way of achieving the same thing within VS IDE?!?!? ISN'T THERE?

No, there isn't. A significant shortfall in the project editor/properties,
I agree, but at lerast the fix is easy.

-Chris
 

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