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Visual J# 2.0 Redist Package Second Edition: Targeting Different Platforms using Visual Studio 2005
Visual J# applications were designed to be built in an “x86” only mode using Visual Studio 2005. The main reason for the same was the fact that Visual J# Redist 2.0 supported execution of J# applications natively only on 32-bit platforms. On 64-bit platforms, the Visual J# applications used to run only...
7 Jun 2007
Visual J# 2.0 Redistributable – Second Edition: Compiler Changes
The Visual J# compilers (both 32-bit and 64-bit) shipped with J# Redist 2.0-SE now support a new command-line switch “ /platform ” with the following available options for cross-compilation: x86 : for use when target platform is x86. x64 : for use when target platform is AMD64 (or x64). itanium...
22 May 2007
Visual J# 2.0 Redistributable – Second Edition: Leveraging Existing 32-bit Visual J# Code
The 64-bit editions (x64 and IA64) of Microsoft Visual J# 2.0 Redistributable Package – Second Edition enable users to take full advantage of the 64-bit .NET Framework (v2.0 and v3.0) and the underlying 64-bit hardware platform without having to deal with differences between the 32-bit and 64-bit hardware...
21 May 2007
Visual J# 2.0 Redistributable–Second Edition: Released To Web
The ENU Visual J# 2.0 Redistributable Package – Second Edition for x86, x64 and IA64 platforms is released to the web (download locations below). This release enables all Visual J# users to execute the Visual J# applications natively on the 64-bit platforms, thus leveraging the existing Windows and ...
18 May 2007
.NET Vs J2EE: How do we compare
A customer recently wrote the following to us- My organization is currently considering either .NET or Java (J2EE) as our enterprise application development platform. I am sold on .NET as I believe that:- · There are cheaper resources (per hour rate) and large vendor/contractor providers...
10 May 2007
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