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Is .NET installed when using C++ as a language using VS.NET2003?

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When a C# apps is deployed, the PC running it needs to have the .NET
Framework installed, true? Now my real question, if i use VS .NET 2003
or 2005 to create a C++ application, does the PC running the resulting
app need .NET framework installed?
thanks,
BRAMOIN

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Hi,

Meya-awe wrote:
Now my real question, if i use VS .NET
2003 or 2005 to create a C++ application, does
the PC running the resulting app need .NET
framework installed?


That depends on the type of C++ project you choose -- C++ .NET projects will
require .NET framework, while Win32, MFC or ATL projects will not.

Of course, the functionality of .NET framework won't be available in the
other project types either, and if you are used to developing with .NET, you
will find things to be very different.

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Chris Priede
Nov 18 '05 #2

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What if i want to create a DLL which will not require .NET framework
installed (with no .NET dependencies), Which project type do i select
for a DLL?
thanks,
BRAMOIN

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Nov 18 '05 #3

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Meya-awe wrote:
What if i want to create a DLL which will not require .NET framework
installed (with no .NET dependencies), Which project type do i select
for a DLL?


For a DLL without .NET or other framework dependencies, try Win32 Project
and change its type to DLL in the second step (Application Settings).

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Chris Priede
Nov 18 '05 #4

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