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Visual Studio 2005 and .Net 1.1

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Can you use VS 2005 to create a .Net 1.1 application?
Sep 29 '06 #1
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Hello rl*****@newsgroups.nospam,

Nope, but you can use MSBee to compile your .net 2.0 apps to create .net
1.1 app, but it works in some cases only, when you don't use .net 2.0 features
Can you use VS 2005 to create a .Net 1.1 application?
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Sep 29 '06 #2

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<rl*****@newsgroups.nospamwrote in message
Can you use VS 2005 to create a .Net 1.1 application?
Sep 29 '06 #3

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Yes, VS.NET 2005 is intended to create project with .NET framework 2.0.
MSBee is the work around to open and compile .NET framework 1.1 project in
VS.NET 2005, and here are download link:


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