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    willy
    .Net 4.0 in the future?Answered
    Topic posted February 26, 2010 by willy Gold Medal: 3,500+ Points, last edited October 29, 2011 
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    .Net 4.0 in the future?
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    Though I think this is a question for the general RNOW product, I think that the Connect API's are mostly affected by it- thus my question here in the developer's forum.

    We plan on moving our codebase to use .net 4.0 in the very near future. Because of this, or addins are not going to work in the 3.5 environment that RNOW requires. This will be a major (self-induced) issue for us. So I am trying to gauge if RNOW has any thoughts on when they will be moving to the 4.0 framework so that we can start to time it appropriately...

    Any thoughts on this area would be appreciated!

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    ryszard antonczyk

    Willy,

     

    It is still not "official" but I heard from the "person-who-has-authority-to-make-it-happen" that most likely the November 2010 release will be built/will support .NET 4.0

     

    Ryszard

     

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    • ryszard antonczyk

      Willy,

       

      I am not sure what are the plans regarding moving to .NET 4.0. However, I will ask people who should know and post the answer as quickly as possible.

      In the meantime I suggest you request it in our Idea Lab.

       

      Thanks,

      Ryszard

    • Mark Ericson

      Hi Willy,

      .Net 4.0 is actively being considered.

      You are correct, it is a general product question but when .Net 4.0 is supported you would see pervasive support across the product including the Add-in Framework.

      Unfortunately we can't provide any dates at this time.

      -Mark

       

    • willy

      Thanks Mark.

    • ryszard antonczyk

      Willy,

       

      It is still not "official" but I heard from the "person-who-has-authority-to-make-it-happen" that most likely the November 2010 release will be built/will support .NET 4.0

       

      Ryszard

       

    • willy

      Works for me. Thanks for the followup Ryszard!