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Framework 1 and ver 1.1

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I just installed VS studio .NET 1.1 on a different Laptop.
My other machine has 1.0.

When I pulled my projects in, I was told by VS that they
would have to be converted to 1.1

How is it that I work with multiple versions of .NET ? The
other developer is on the earlier version. My
organization tends to follow older versions. Is it
possible to also use version 1. Also the other user
has .NET enterprise and I just have professional. If he
tries to install .NET 1.1 will his VS downgrade to VS
Professinal. Seems it should be separate. How will this
update appear to him ?? Thanks.
Jul 19 '05 #1
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It really depends on the version of VS.NET you use.

VS .NET 2002 uses 1.0
VS .NET 2003 uses 1.1
"andrewcw" <an************@boeing.com> wrote in message
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I just installed VS studio .NET 1.1 on a different Laptop.
My other machine has 1.0.

When I pulled my projects in, I was told by VS that they
would have to be converted to 1.1

How is it that I work with multiple versions of .NET ? The
other developer is on the earlier version. My
organization tends to follow older versions. Is it
possible to also use version 1. Also the other user
has .NET enterprise and I just have professional. If he
tries to install .NET 1.1 will his VS downgrade to VS
Professinal. Seems it should be separate. How will this
update appear to him ?? Thanks.

Jul 19 '05 #2

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Andrew,

When you upgrade a project from VS 2002 to VS 2003 a bunch of files get
changed (sln, vbproj or vcproj, resx, etc). Once these changes are made VS
2002 will no longer be able to open the file. There is a utility at
http://www.codeproject.com/macro/vsconvert.asp that will reverse these
changes so that you will be able to open the file in VS 2002 again. The
utility comes with source code and a full description of the changes it
makes to you project files.

Hope this helps

--
Rob Windsor
G6 Consulting
Toronto, Canada
"andrewcw" <an************@boeing.com> wrote in message
news:01****************************@phx.gbl...
I just installed VS studio .NET 1.1 on a different Laptop.
My other machine has 1.0.

When I pulled my projects in, I was told by VS that they
would have to be converted to 1.1

How is it that I work with multiple versions of .NET ? The
other developer is on the earlier version. My
organization tends to follow older versions. Is it
possible to also use version 1. Also the other user
has .NET enterprise and I just have professional. If he
tries to install .NET 1.1 will his VS downgrade to VS
Professinal. Seems it should be separate. How will this
update appear to him ?? Thanks.

Jul 19 '05 #3

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