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.net 3.5 sp1 perf improvements.

According to ScottGu, Winforms will experience some cold startup
improvements following the installation of .net 3.5 sp1. That's due the
way pages are loaded from disk.

Does anyone know whether this applies to apps compiled with vs2005 and
..net 2.0 framework? Seeing how, .net 3.5 is really .net 2.0 + extra
assemblies + new compilers.

Thanks.
Jul 29 '08 #1
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On Jul 30, 2:55*am, Frank Rizzo <n...@none.netwrote:
According to ScottGu, Winforms will experience some cold startup
improvements following the installation of .net 3.5 sp1. *That's due the
way pages are loaded from disk.

Does anyone know whether this applies to apps compiled with vs2005 and
.net 2.0 framework? *Seeing how, .net 3.5 is really .net 2.0 + extra
assemblies + new compilers.

Thanks.
Well, as I understand, what will be released as "3.5 SP1" is really
again 2.0 SP2 + 3.0 SP2 + 3.5 SP1 proper. The runtime part there is in
2.0, so it should be covered by 2.0 SP2 - and then that would be
immediately applicable to all 2.0+ .NET applications running on that
system, so we should see all the improvements there as well; not just
faster startup, but proper inlining of methods with struct arguments,
and all the other goodies.
Jul 30 '08 #2

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