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Full .net package with your exe?

Have someone thought of shipping .net app on a CD?
for ex. if you are were making, a multimedial CD Magazine Catalog Browser
(like Chip magazine)
hhat would you do to ensure that this app will ran on every >= Win98 PC?
Did you find a way of supplying mscorlib, system, etc., and a JIT compiler
with your app on CD and
saying the app to use those files to run itself without .net instalation?
Or hopefully any other thing allowing to run .net app on any win pc not
equiped with .net framework.

Thanks for reading this.
Doker
Jul 21 '05 #1
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If you need your app to run without .Net installation, then use unmanaged
C++ to write the app.

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Have someone thought of shipping .net app on a CD?
for ex. if you are were making, a multimedial CD Magazine Catalog Browser
(like Chip magazine)
hhat would you do to ensure that this app will ran on every >= Win98 PC?
Did you find a way of supplying mscorlib, system, etc., and a JIT compiler
with your app on CD and
saying the app to use those files to run itself without .net instalation?
Or hopefully any other thing allowing to run .net app on any win pc not
equiped with .net framework.

Thanks for reading this.
Doker

Jul 21 '05 #2
> If you need your app to run without .Net installation, then use unmanaged
C++ to write the app.


Is that your answere, bring me VB.Com Back!

..Net is a really good technology but lacks this feature. On the other
hand C++ is for device drivers and making, a good multimedia soft is a
hardcore with it!

We want .net features and we want managed mscorlib system.dll etc and
we want them to be split into smaller pieces and we want to include
them in our exes when we want and also we want, a tool that will
compile our managed exes in to native code M$ Win's, Linux's and OS
X's.
Then we need VB.COM nor C#.COM nomore.

BTW, regarding this point with linux and OS X: We (people) want
Microsoft to devide to Microsoft Programming Software and separately
Microsoft Systems! We want them separately and independent.

PS. I know you are just a helpfull programmer, and i also know that
more people from ms is reading this group.
Jul 21 '05 #3

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