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post #1 of 22 Old 10-03-2004, 10:30 PM Thread Starter
 
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VS.net

I'm installing it at home right now. Man it takes forever and a day. I'm bored.

sigh.....

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Re: VS.net

Are you a VB.NET, C# or VC++ programmer?
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Re: VS.net

I think it only took about 45mins. Wasn't too bad. (MSDN took another 20-30 though.) Were you installing off CD, or off a network?
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Re: VS.net

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Are you a VB.NET, C# or VC++ programmer?

C#

Yea, it doesn't take too long. It's done now. Just ironing out a few other kinks. Never installed on XP before.

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Re: VS.net

So is it worth the hype? Or is this just a microsquish centric thing? My passion is Macs and for now my work is UNIX (C and FORTRAN). While my company does a fair amount of Python. So while I thought it might be worth a look I am not sure my time is better spent else where. Any input?

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So is it worth the hype? Or is this just a microsquish centric thing? My passion is Macs and for now my work is UNIX (C and FORTRAN). While my company does a fair amount of Python. So while I thought it might be worth a look I am not sure my time is better spent else where. Any input?

IMO C# rocks. ASP.net also rocks.

Anyone familiar w/a workaround for installin IIS on XP home?
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Anyone familiar w/a workaround for installin IIS on XP home?
Yeah:

Step 1) Install XP Pro
Step 2) Install VS.NET
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IMO C# rocks. ASP.net also rocks.

Anyone familiar w/a workaround for installin IIS on XP home?
Run Apache

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Re: VS.net

Welcome to Geek Channel everyone

The word of the day is "Whaaaaaa ?"


In all seriousness, what is VS.net? I know the programming languages (at least their names) but what is this other product you all speak of? Thanks
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Visual Studio. Basically, the development environment that encompasses C#.net, Visual Basic.net, and ASP.net.
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Welcome to Geek Channel everyone

The word of the day is "Whaaaaaa ?"


In all seriousness, what is VS.net? I know the programming languages (at least their names) but what is this other product you all speak of? Thanks
Python is a easy to learn interpreted language that runs on about anything and is good for web or general apps
UNIX is an operating system
C is a language
FORTRAN is a old language
Microsquish is an evil empire that causes crashes viruses etc.

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So is it worth the hype? Or is this just a microsquish centric thing? My passion is Macs and for now my work is UNIX (C and FORTRAN). While my company does a fair amount of Python. So while I thought it might be worth a look I am not sure my time is better spent else where. Any input?
I went from programming in C++ to C# plus, Java, VB, SQL, RLL and Assembly code all windows based. VS.net for C# which was the most recent at the school I got my ASET from to programming in C using UNIX (which I have no experience with either) now that I transferred to Ghetto-U.

I miss C# and VS.net
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Run Apache

That's an option. It's free right?
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They have the .NET framework for Apache?
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They have the .NET framework for Apache?
Apache uses patches, not frames
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