".NET programs are constructed from "Assemblies". An Assembly "

They CALLED Asembler Assembly...

Posted on 2002-03-21 18:10:45 by cmax
cmax... don't confuse a .NET Assembly with an Assembler or Assembly language... they are completely different things.
Posted on 2002-03-21 19:57:04 by Asm_Freak

Try this link:

http://arstechnica.com/paedia/n/net/net-1.html


Thanks,
_Shawn


Hi Shawn.. thanks for the link, interesting stuff.

I'd have some questions:

1) Which Windows versions (including Service Packs) are able to execute .NET PE executables?

2) Does Microsoft eventually plans in the (near or less near) future to make become .NET the standard not only for small Internet applications, but even e.g. for 3D arcade games?

3) Are there already any "famous" programs out there 100% .NET, or it's (at this time) more a talking about a "technology" which is about to come?
Posted on 2002-03-25 08:44:35 by Maverick
1) >= win 98
2) i dont' believe so
3) just two viruses/worms that have made names for themselves and have gained fame by being .NET programs.
Posted on 2002-03-25 09:19:28 by Asm_Freak
So from Win98 on there's a .NET Just In Time compiler?
Posted on 2002-03-25 09:31:53 by Maverick
Yes, i don't believe its supported for win95. You can get the framework and the tools on MS's website.
Posted on 2002-03-25 10:56:14 by Asm_Freak
So .NET PE files won't run on e.g. "my uncle's PC where he just installed Windows", but will run only on PC's where some .NET framework extensions have been installed?
Posted on 2002-03-25 11:00:47 by Maverick
That is correct Maverick, but there is a group of people
working on a non-M$ version of .NET called Mondo, iirc.
Posted on 2002-03-25 11:46:11 by bitRAKE