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Okay, the first question is more of a debate breaker. Is there much
difference programming wise between Windows 2000 and Windows XP? As
far as my experiance, outside of a few API's and a new GUI shell, that
there's no difference, so one can use VB6 and build on an XP box and
run on a 2K box. Just a side question.

The real meat of my search is AppDomains. I have searched far and
wide and still have a few blank spots to fill. Here's what I'm after:

I have my main assembly in the main AppDomain. I have my plugins that
I want to load into a seperate AppDomain and run them there. Then,
when there's an update to one of the plugins, I just have to unload
the second AppDomain, reload the new plugins, and I have my assembly
updated without having to shut it down. This is mainly for system
services, but maybe even for WinForms.

I have found how to call a function in a class using a string
perameter, so I'm thinking along those lines.

Thanks,
Tibby
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Tibby,

There may not been any difference when you are programming for a computer
that full suports Net.

The only limitations can be the hardware or installed extra software that
you use in your program.

You cannot use a webcam when there is no webcam connected. This is the same
for software in it. When there is no IIS at all you can as well not use
webapplications..

However that has in my opinion nothing to do with programming, that has to
do with using features from a computer.

For the webcam problem can a mirror maybe help a little bit, if it is in the
case only to display the user

Just my thought,

Cor.

Nov 21 '05 #2

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On Mon, 16 May 2005 19:17:31 +0200, "Cor Ligthert"
<no************@planet.nl> wrote:
Tibby,

There may not been any difference when you are programming for a computer
that full suports Net.

The only limitations can be the hardware or installed extra software that
you use in your program.

You cannot use a webcam when there is no webcam connected. This is the same
for software in it. When there is no IIS at all you can as well not use
webapplications..

However that has in my opinion nothing to do with programming, that has to
do with using features from a computer.

For the webcam problem can a mirror maybe help a little bit, if it is in the
case only to display the user

Just my thought,

Cor.

Cute, true but cute. I didn't think there was, even when programming
from a MFC standpoint because there really isn't all that much
difference between 2K and XP. SO, with that settled, on to the second
question, which is the more important one :) Still goggling my heart
out...

Tibby
Nov 21 '05 #3

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