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2/28/2011 11:38 PM
 
Guess one can only hope that over time these 'core' module teams will make the same choice to move platforms to c#.
So as not to devolved down into a fragmentation nightmare over time.

Westa
 
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3/1/2011 2:23 AM
 
Wes Tatters wrote:
...one can only hope that over time these 'core' module teams will make the same choice to move platforms to c#....

 Why so?  Unless you actually work in the module code the language seems unimportant.


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- Richard
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www.dynamisys.co.uk
 
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3/2/2011 10:38 AM
 
Scott Willhite wrote:
If we could find an automated translation tool which is capable of converting the VB.NET code base to C# with 95%-100% reliability then we may consider supporting a C# version.

 
Hello,

I'm curious... Which tool(s) finally successfully automated of most of the code translation to C#? Or was this mostly a hand-made process?

Many thanks,
Horacio.-

 
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3/26/2011 4:48 PM
 
So why is DNN going C# in version 6.0.0? Joe Brinkman explains how version 6 is basically DNN in C# rather than VB (http://www.dotnetnuke.com/Resources/Blogs/tabid/825/EntryId/3006/DotNetNuke-ldquo-Hadron-rdquo-6-0-0-Community-Technology-Preview.aspx) but fails to explain why the decision to move to C# or what improvements the end users (non-coders) like myself will experience as a result.

I asked this question directly on Joe's post but it appears writing comments on there are a waste of time as non are being reviewed or approved.
 
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3/26/2011 5:35 PM
 
Its unlikely that as an end user you will ever see any real difference in any program just because it is written in a different language. Ultimately both C# and VB execute inside the same CLR engine.

But in the longer term, one would have to suspect that the as the C# community comes to adopt DNN as its own, we are likely to see many new modules appearing from a lot of talented new developers.

One has to guess that only time will tell ...
 
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