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Koterpillar #1
Member since May 2007 · 32 posts · Location: Russia
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Subject: Visual Studio 2008
Thanks for the new "agsXMPP2008" project in SVN. Might one also suggest "2008_CF20" (and _CF35, for the completeness)?
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Poll: Which visual Studio version are you using?
(One vote ·   2%) I use Visual Studio 2003
(13 votes · 20%) I use Visual Studio 2005
(43 votes · 66%) I use Visual Studio 2008
(0 votes ·   0%) I use Visual Studio 2003 but will switch to Visual Studio 2005 soon
(5 votes ·   8%) I use Visual Studio 2005 but will switch to Visual Studio 2008 soon
(0 votes ·   0%) I use Visual Studio 2003 but will switch to Visual Studio 2008 soon
(One vote ·   2%) I use MonoDevelop
(One vote ·   2%) I use SharpDevelop
(One vote ·   2%) none of the above IDE's
This poll has no time limit · 65 votes
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Alex #2
Member since Feb 2003 · 4317 posts · Location: Germany
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Hello,

we will switch to VS2008 and move all projects to 2008 from time to time, so they should be in SVN soon.
But its a pain to maintain all projects files from 2003 over 2005 to 2008. Not sure how we will handle this in the future.

Does anybody still work with .NET 1.1 and VS2003?

Please participate at the poll so we can make the right decision.

Alex
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ayyrk #3
Member since Jul 2007 · 92 posts
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>>Does anybody still work with .NET 1.1 and VS2003?

I am working with WM5 currently and soon WM6.

I have some .NET 1.1 applications (around startup/boot load/configuration) but nothing that would require agsxmpp compatibility.

So for me VS2003 and .NET 1.1 support can be dropped.
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Koterpillar #4
Member since May 2007 · 32 posts · Location: Russia
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Subject: That means NET 2.0...
...and a lot of interesting things like:
  1.         public T SelectSingleElement<T>() where T : Element
  2.         {
  3.             return (T)this._SelectElement(this, typeof(T));
  4.         }
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