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GeneralRe: IBM builds a chip that works like your brain Pin
Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter7-Aug-14 19:44
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NewsMoving to the .NET Framework 4.5.2 Pin
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GeneralRe: Moving to the .NET Framework 4.5.2 Pin
Dan Neely8-Aug-14 2:54
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I do have on question not quite answered in their FAQ though:

Quote:
Will I need to recompile/rebuild my applications to make use of .NET 4.5.2?

No, .NET 4.5.2 is a compatible, in-place update on top of .NET 4, .NET 4.5, and .NET 4.5.1. This means that applications built to target any of these previous .NET 4.x versions will continue running on .NET 4.5.2 without change. No recompiling of apps is necessary.


Currently, if I build a 4.0 app my app.config file is created with the following line:

  <supportedRuntime version="v4.0" sku=".NETFramework,Version=v4.0"/>

Will this line need to be changed to 4.5(.2?) to continue to work on systems that only have the newest version?
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GeneralRe: Moving to the .NET Framework 4.5.2 Pin
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NewsUpSource: Repository browser and code review tool Pin
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NewsBing is streamlining technical searches, making developers happy Pin
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NewsMicrosoft.com, among the earliest commercial websites, has been on the Web for 20 years Pin
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GeneralRe: Microsoft.com, among the earliest commercial websites, has been on the Web for 20 years Pin
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NewsLeveraging existing code across .NET platforms Pin
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News"Web Developer" is a job title that has come and gone Pin
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NewsMicrosoft to drop support for older versions of Internet Explorer Pin
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