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zero0w

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  1. DDJ has published an article commentory on .NET, and I really recommend you to take a look to think about the decision to move to .NET: http://www.ddj.com/documents/s=9211/ddj050201dnn/
  2. Ok, that's a bit clear up. So it is Windows 98 onwards for now.
  3. Oh, I see. I thought CDBurnerXP was written in C++.....
  4. That's not good to hear though. Are you sure .NET runtime (say 2.0 or later versions) will be available for older versions of Windows like Win98/2000?
  5. Just check up some facts, does CDBurnerXP 3.0.16 currently support burning data CDs with non-ASCII filename, eg. Chinese characters as a folder name?
  6. Well, if moving to .NET means the ability to port to Linux with GTK#, then I think it's a good thing to think about. For better or worse, I think running an application on VM is still an alien idea to many. The closest thing I can relate to is Azureus, which runs on JAVA VM. It isn't bad considering the performance is acceptable on both Windows and Linux - that considering you have the native look and feel with SWT. However, the morale of moving to .NET is two-fold. Older versions of Windows won't have .NET runtime - or they may have, but with no support or anything. Their users may feel
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