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# Posted on: 20-Nov-2007 17:29:36.  

Visual Studio 2008 and .NET 3.5 Released

Today we shipped Visual Studio 2008 and .NET 3.5. You can download the final release using one of the links below:

    *     If you are a MSDN subscriber, you can download your copy from the MSDN subscription site (note: some of the builds are just finishing being uploaded now - so check back later during the day if you don't see it yet).
    *     If you are a non-MSDN subscriber, you can download a 90-day free trial edition of Visual Studio 2008 Team Suite here. A 90-day trial edition of Visual Studio 2008 Professional (which will be a slightly smaller download) will be available next week. A 90-day free trial edition of Team Foundation Server can also be downloaded here.
    *     If you want to use the free Visual Studio 2008 Express editions (which are much smaller and totally free), you can download them here.
    *     If you want to just install the .NET Framework 3.5 runtime, you can download it here.

Source: http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2007/11/19/visual-studio-2008-and-net-3-5-released.aspx

LLBLGen Pro will be compatible with v 2.6 right?

 
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# Posted on: 20-Nov-2007 21:26:26.  
LLBLGen Pro code will work with .net 3.5 without problems. We'll ship vs.net 2008 specific project templates with v2.6 as well as linq support indeed Regular Smiley

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# Posted on: 20-Nov-2007 22:28:42.  
I read your Tweakers posts about VS 2008 beta2. I had to laugh a lot about your fantastic way of putting things the way they are concerning all VERY frustrating things we all experience with VS Laugh

I was a little disappointed though when I read your post....I was still thinking that lots of things would get better with the upcoming VS, but that was just a dream I guess...Shocked

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# Posted on: 21-Nov-2007 09:31:00.  
DvK wrote:
I read your Tweakers posts about VS 2008 beta2. I had to laugh a lot about your fantastic way of putting things the way they are concerning all VERY frustrating things we all experience with VS Laugh

I was a little disappointed though when I read your post....I was still thinking that lots of things would get better with the upcoming VS, but that was just a dream I guess...Shocked

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Heh, I am also dissapointed with this release and I think that's also why I wrote that post (http://gathering.tweakers.net/forum/list_message/28704243#28704243) Wink.

MS has replied to many requests in the past that after 2005 they'd change things, rewrite a large part of the IDE etc., but nothing happened.

The main thing that is lacking is focus. It should be an open toolbox like Eclipse, but it is a very closed set of hammers and nails which are only usable in full potential when you do as you're told by MS, and if you do things differently, you're not helped by the IDE that much...


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