.NET Framework 4 RTM Migration Issues on MSDN


When upgrading apps from .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 .NET Framework 4 RTM is available for download Visual Studio 2010 Premium is available for download. Visual Studio 2010 Professional is available for download. Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate is available for download here. Visual Studio Test Professional 2010 is available for download.

.NET Framework 4 RTM became available for download alongside Visual Studio 2010 RTM the past week, with Microsoft topping the releases off with Silverlight 4 RTW. Additional resources to accompany the development platform and tools are also served by Microsoft, most of them free of charge, in order to streamline software-building efforts. It is the case of the .NET Framework 4 Migration Issues documentation published on MSDN last week. As the name implies, the resources are focused on detailing problems and breaking changes that developers can come across when adapting their projects to the latest iteration of .NET Framework.

"With the release of .NET Framework 4 this week, it is relevant to talk about migration issues you might run into when upgrading your applications to .NET 4. My team has put together a topic that describes the migration issues (formerly known as breaking changes) between the .NET Framework version 3.5 Service Pack 1 and the .NET Framework version 4. The change in terminology is to reflect the fact that not all changes introduced by a new version of the framework break your application; rather, these are changes in behavior discovered during design review and testing that could potentially impact an application," Maira Wenzel, documentation manager for the CLR User Education team at Microsoft, explained.


Reference: http://news.softpedia.com/news/NET-Framework-4-RTM-Migration-Issues-on-MSDN-140083.shtml


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