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Stephane Rodriguez.17-Oct-02 21:23
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Until .NET has more playground, apps developed by you will generally speaking not work on an end user machine, because of a wrong .NET run-time (huge redistribuables by the way, think about those connecting the net with dialup).


KaЯl wrote:
So we have to trust MS about compatibility ?

It's obvious that the business model of MS is to promote a .NET certification. In other words, MS is more and more expecting us to go through their sort of exam before our app is said to be "compliant", or ".NET proofed" or whatever.
This is not really new stuff. We know for years there was the windows logo program, even if in practice almost no MS-partner company in the world can achieve it.

We are just at the premisses of that, but you've got the idea. You can figure it out by downloading FxCop (gotdotnet.com).

It's about figuring out why MS started all that hype around security last year. They wanted to tell everyone (make everyone blindly think), that new tools are more prone to enforce reliable security. They have said if users want more security, they'll have to go definitely the .NET way, which means upgrading their OSes. In turn, developers are going to be asked to develop only .NET apps (because MS claims this is better for security) which is not only a loss of freedom, but although a way to constraint developers to BUY all possible .NET related stuff, download, install, test, etc.
Which means this is the end of low-budget software development.

"On ne prête qu'aux riches...".



How low can you go ?
(MS retrofuck)

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