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I have heard that you can get the .NET compilers for free, command line only. Is this true? I have searched msdn.microsoft.com and microsoft.com, and have found no answers so far. I need it because I use Visual C++ 6.0 Introductory Edition. Scott Simontis If it wasn''t for C, we''d be using BASI, PASAL and OBOL

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Its available in the .NET sdk, which you can get at msdn.microsoft.com read the docs and search for some tutorials to figure out how it works. You''ll probably be compiling from a command line (hint: write batch files) but you can still edit in Visual C++ if you want.

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I believe the C# and VB .Net compiler come with the .Net frameworks, and the C++ compiler with the .Net Sdk.

"I woke up sweating and clutching my pillow. Thankfully the powerful and reassuring visage of Optimus Prime staring back at me from my pillow case served to ease my frayed nerves. Like the giant robotic father I never had he always knows just what to say" - Gabe, Penny-Arcade

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also look up sharp develop (I think that's the name of it) it is a free gui for C#. You still need the framework sdk though

[edited by - djkno3 on August 8, 2003 2:36:18 PM]

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I have a new problem. How do I work it? I installed the download. I then searched and found the directory it is in. It helped a lot, but I couldn''t do anything. I clicked on the Setup icon, and got two errors.
Error 1:
Setup Cannot Continue. Unable to load a required parameter from the initialization file Autorun.inf.
Ok
Error 2:
Usage: Setup.exe[filename]
Ok

Scott Simontis
If it wasn''t for C, we''d be using BASI, PASAL and OBOL

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I''m sorry but I can''t really help you out with that I use VS so I only know about it from threads here in the forum etc.

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I might just wait three years. By that time, I will buy Longhorn, at least one or two of the VS components, and a 64 bit processor.

Scott Simontis
If it wasn''t for C, we''d be using BASI, PASAL and OBOL

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