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What version on Visual C++ should I buy.

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I have a video game completed, but before I sell it I need to buy a version of Visual C++ with a full commercial liscense. Will the standard version be sufficient? Also is Visual C++ .net just Visual C++ 7? Did they call it that maybe because its got tools for webbased applications or something? My only goal is to commercially distribute DirectX video games.

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Original post by Rob Loach
You should get a free Academic version of it from your teachers.


IIRC he cannot sell software compiled with the academic version.

The standard version *might* be enough, however it has some drawbacks, like the non-opitmizing compiler. If you want to sell your software I would suggest at least Visual Studio .NET 2003 Professional. Check out ebay if you can find a sealed, unregistered (!) version. For example I got VS.NET 2003 developer enterprise for 700 €, compared to the original price of min. 1200 € it was quite cheap.

Attention: be sure to get the 2003 version!

Regards,

VizOne

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IIRC he cannot sell software compiled with the academic version.


Yes, he can, as long as the software isn''t purchased through MSDNAA.



AnkhSVN - A Visual Studio .NET Addin for the Subversion version control system.

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quote:
Original post by VizOne
IIRC he cannot sell software compiled with the academic version.


Yes, he can, as long as the software isn''t purchased through MSDNAA.



"from his teacher" implied MSDNAA to me. Nevertheless I thought all academic versions were for - well - academic purposes and not for commercial intension.

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VizOne

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nope. check the academic license. the part where it says for academic purposes only means that it is only for use for academic purposes.

about 12 years ago, after you graduated you also had to surrender the software (the don''t keep track of it anymore though)

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If the licence for VC.NET Standard is the same as VC 6, you are not allowed to sell software created with it.

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