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[.net] what do /clr:pure and /clr:oldsyntax mean?

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Am I right to think that /clr:pure means pure managed code and the other one is for mixed managed and unmanaged code? Do I get to set them using the vs 2005's configuration property?

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I believe you're correct regarding /clr:pure, although someone else may want to clarify/provide additional info.

Regarding /clr:oldSyntax, there are two syntaxes for C++ and managed code. The old syntax was released with .NET 1.x while the new one came with .NET 2.0. This page has a guide on porting from the old syntax to the new syntax, and should give you a general idea of the differences.

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