A number of questions...

Hi,

Since I only have vs.net 2002 and vs.net whidbey installed on my current
development machine, instead of playing with M1 I'll ask some questions
here instead...

1) Is vs.net 2003 the only target platform? Any chance to have a future
milestone work on the whidbey preview?

Will the product work in the 'standalone' Visual C# version?

2) Will the preview release be different from previous IntelliJ EAP
cycles? Will there be only milestones, or also semi-weekly EAP builds?

BTW, I succcesfully registered and downloaded the preview. Unfortunately
I'll have to wait until monday to pick up the vs2k3 cd's.

Good luck with the new product and the early access program.

Regards,

-tt

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1) Is vs.net 2003 the only target platform? Any chance to have a future
milestone work on the whidbey preview?


Currently we support VS2003 only. Regarding Whidbey support our plans are
not defined yet.

Will the product work in the 'standalone' Visual C# version?


We think it should, but we haven't tested that yet.

2) Will the preview release be different from previous IntelliJ EAP
cycles? Will there be only milestones, or also semi-weekly EAP builds?


As mentioned on the site, we're planning to release builds every 2-3 days.

--
Oleg Stepanov
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"
"Taras Tielkes" <taras@remove.something.xs4all.nl> wrote in message
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Hi,

>

Since I only have vs.net 2002 and vs.net whidbey installed on my current
development machine, instead of playing with M1 I'll ask some questions
here instead...

>

1) Is vs.net 2003 the only target platform? Any chance to have a future
milestone work on the whidbey preview?

>

Will the product work in the 'standalone' Visual C# version?

>

2) Will the preview release be different from previous IntelliJ EAP
cycles? Will there be only milestones, or also semi-weekly EAP builds?

>

BTW, I succcesfully registered and downloaded the preview. Unfortunately
I'll have to wait until monday to pick up the vs2k3 cd's.

>

Good luck with the new product and the early access program.

>

Regards,

>

-tt



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Will the product work in the 'standalone' Visual C#

version?

We think it should, but we haven't tested that yet.

Has this been tested in the meantime? Does it work?

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Robert,

No, we haven't tested that yet. It should work without problems and if
problems appear we're going to fix them. If anyone experiences problems with
RS + VC# we're anxious to be notified.

--
Oleg Stepanov
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"
"Robert F. Beeger" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Will the product work in the 'standalone' Visual C#

version?

>

We think it should, but we haven't tested that yet.

Has this been tested in the meantime? Does it work?



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