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Installing Visual Studio .Net 2002 AFTER installing VS 2003

Hi,

I have a development machine with Visual Studio .Net 2003 which, as
far as I know, targets the 1.1 .Net Framework.

Now I need to open some solutions that were created in another machine
with Visual Studio .Net 2002 (against the 1.0 Framework).

I have already read:

Versioning, Compatibility, and Side-by-Side Execution in the .NET
Framework
http://msdn.microsoft.com/netframewo...n/default.aspx

.... which, among other things, says:
"Visual Studio .NET 2003 is capable of producing code that executes on
the .NET Framework version 1.1 while Visual Studio .NET 2002 is
capable of producing code that executes on the .NET Framework version
1.0. Consistent with the behavior followed by previous releases of
Microsoft developer tools, each version of Visual Studio targets only
the version of the .NET Framework with which it shipped."
So, I guess I need to install Visual Studio .Net 2002, right?

I *still* have to develop some solutions for the 1.1 Framework, so I
do NOT want to uninstall Visual Studio 2003.
In conclusion, what I want to do is:
1) Keep my Visual Studio .Net 2003 installation.
2) Install Visual Studio .Net 2002 with VS 2003 already installed.
Has anyone tried this or have any information that says that it's OK
or NOT OK to do this? Any caveats/recommendations?

Thanks in advance.

Ricardo Dias Marques
go****@ricmarques.net
Jul 21 '05 #1
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