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What does Visual J# .NET have to do with my C# Application?

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I have written an application in C#, when I created a setup project
and tried to install it on another test machine it said:

"This setup requires the Microsoft Visual J# .NET Redistributable
package version 2.xxx"

Is this normal? Or did i screw up my setup project?

Any help would be greatly appreciated

DB

Feb 28 '07 #1
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On Feb 28, 1:35 pm, "DaBrain" <Tapplicat...@gmail.comwrote:
I have written an application in C#, when I created a setup project
and tried to install it on another test machine it said:

"This setup requires the Microsoft Visual J# .NET Redistributable
package version 2.xxx"

Is this normal? Or did i screw up my setup project?

Any help would be greatly appreciated

DB

J# has zip/unzip built-in, which no other .net language does (in
vjslib.dll assempbly). Could that be it?

Feb 28 '07 #2

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On 28 Feb 2007 14:32:54 -0800, "sherifffruitfly"
<sh*************@gmail.comwrote:
>J# has zip/unzip built-in, which no other .net language does (in
vjslib.dll assempbly). Could that be it?
Seriously? So apparently J# has a use after all... or its library, at
least. Why didn't Microsoft move that functionality into the main
..NET Framework?
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Mar 1 '07 #3

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Chris Nahr <di******@kynosarges.dewrote:
On 28 Feb 2007 14:32:54 -0800, "sherifffruitfly"
<sh*************@gmail.comwrote:
J# has zip/unzip built-in, which no other .net language does (in
vjslib.dll assempbly). Could that be it?

Seriously? So apparently J# has a use after all... or its library, at
least. Why didn't Microsoft move that functionality into the main
.NET Framework?
They're doing so, gradually. .NET 2.0 has basic gzip functionality, but
that's about it.

I guess there wasn't enough time to redesign the Java libraries to fit
in with .NET idioms before 1.0, and after that third party libraries
(notably SharpZipLib) took the pressure off a bit. Personally I hope
that if MS *does* provide a full-blown implementation at some point,
they design it a bit better than the Java version, which works well
enough but isn't terribly nicely designed.

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Mar 1 '07 #4

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J# is gone in the next version of Visual Studio, so I'm sure that this
functionality will be present in the framework then.
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"Chris Nahr" wrote:
On 28 Feb 2007 14:32:54 -0800, "sherifffruitfly"
<sh*************@gmail.comwrote:
J# has zip/unzip built-in, which no other .net language does (in
vjslib.dll assempbly). Could that be it?

Seriously? So apparently J# has a use after all... or its library, at
least. Why didn't Microsoft move that functionality into the main
..NET Framework?
--
http://www.kynosarges.de
Mar 1 '07 #5

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