using 1.1 AND 2.0 framework


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Nikos

Hi all. Let's say that I am making a new application with VS2005 (.NET 2.0)
and I am using some components (compiled assemblies) already built with
VS2003 (.NET 1.1). On a "clean" PC (I mean without any framework
installations) do I have to install both .NET frameworks 1.1 and 2.0?
Thanks in advance!
Nikos
 
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Willy Denoyette [MVP]

| Hi all. Let's say that I am making a new application with VS2005 (.NET
2.0)
| and I am using some components (compiled assemblies) already built with
| VS2003 (.NET 1.1). On a "clean" PC (I mean without any framework
| installations) do I have to install both .NET frameworks 1.1 and 2.0?
| Thanks in advance!
| Nikos
|
|

Yep.

Willy.
 
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Norman Yuan

No, I do not think so. That is, most likely, you do not need .NET FW1.1,
unless in the 1.1 dll you used 1.1 feature that somehow is not supported in
..NET2.0 (I am not sure what 1.1 feature(s) is not supported any more in
..NET2.0).

Most .NET apps developed on older version of .NET FW should work on computer
with newer version of .NET FW only.
 
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Willy Denoyette [MVP]

True. What I meant was you need V2. It doesn't matter that V1.1 is installed
or not, the application will need V2 to run.


Willy.

| No, I do not think so. That is, most likely, you do not need .NET FW1.1,
| unless in the 1.1 dll you used 1.1 feature that somehow is not supported
in
| .NET2.0 (I am not sure what 1.1 feature(s) is not supported any more in
| .NET2.0).
|
| Most .NET apps developed on older version of .NET FW should work on
computer
| with newer version of .NET FW only.
|
| | >
| > | > | Hi all. Let's say that I am making a new application with VS2005 (.NET
| > 2.0)
| > | and I am using some components (compiled assemblies) already built
with
| > | VS2003 (.NET 1.1). On a "clean" PC (I mean without any framework
| > | installations) do I have to install both .NET frameworks 1.1 and 2.0?
| > | Thanks in advance!
| > | Nikos
| > |
| > |
| >
| > Yep.
| >
| > Willy.
| >
| >
|
|
 

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