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I have to thank ZMan for the heads-up on this one. Just too good to pass up on putting this in my journal [grin]

Gamasutra.com: Report: No DirectX 10 For Windows XP.

That news team is really on the ball. I'm not aware of this being either news nor it actually being any sort of secret. Muppets [lol].

This (or similar) has appeared in the DXSDK Readme since mid December:
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Samples and applications built with the Direct3D 10 Technology Preview in the April 2006 DirectX SDK require the Windows Vista February 2006 CTP to run. The Windows Vista February 2006 CTP is available to MSDN subscribers.
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Yes, but this is an official statement that's being reported on, I think, and not just SDK docs. *shrug*

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Yes, but this is an official statement that's being reported on
I don't think so: "The news, which has not been officially confirmed" (1st line, 2nd paragraph).

The only "official" in it seems to be the comment from ATI's Richard Huddy. In general the story is written like it is a new and previously unheard of bit of info...

Let them have their fun I s'pose [smile]

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I hate the gamepress nowadays. I even more hate the gamereview sites. Post one sane comment from a developers persective and you'll get scold and they'll assume you're a fanboy. Trash the gaming idiots! Err.. But let them buy our games!

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Heh, that's awesome [smile]

Are Gamasutra always this on-the-ball with news? I tend to only go there for the articles (Which are pretty awesome)

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