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.NET 4.5 required for "Examples C#" in latest build

Posted By Craig Swearingen 8 Years Ago
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Two weeks ago I downloaded the latest Nevron UI for .NET and built and tested my application with it. Everything worked great. One curious thing I noticed was that in order to run the Nevron UI\WinForms\"Examples C#" I needed to have .NET 4.5 installed. It told me so when I tried the Nevron menu item for it. After installing .NET 4.5 and running the Examples C# program successfully I couldn't determine any difference between this version and the build I had licensed. Thus I see no reason for it needing .NET 4.5. I'm just reporting this as a minor annoying upgrade issue as something that perhaps should be corrected in a future build.

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Hello Craig,

I guess you have downloaded the version for Visual Studio 2012. It requires to have .NET Framework 4.5

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Good guess but I don't think I got the VS2012 version. This is the name of the file I downloaded and installed on 5/13:

dotnetvision2012Vol1VS2010.zip

If that's for VS2012 then you need to update the name for it.

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Hello Craig,

During the project building, Visual Studio silently adds an app.config file which specifies some settings that the application required version 4.5.
If this file is removed it should run OK.
Of course we will fix this in the next release.

Thanks for reporting the problem.

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Great! Good tip to watch out for in my own projects.



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