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Is today the day? (for VS2005 on MSDN)

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    Mar7in

    Are those part of ClickOnce deployment - project properties?

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    FluffyDevil​Bunny

    Interesting... hmm...

    http://blogs.msdn.com/mikehall/archive/2005/10/25/484946.aspx

    According to this blog, the compact framework wasn't signed off on until yesterday. This happens to be one of the components installed by Visual Studio 2005. So how many other components haven't been signed off on yet?

    FDB


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    Kevin Daly

    On the other hand, the original post on Mike Zintel's blog was dated September 29.

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    StefanB

    StefanB wrote:
    Even though there has been no official RTM announcement... this seems to confirm it has RTM'd!

    http://blogs.msdn.com/quanto/archive/2005/10/25/485008.aspx

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    StefanB

    Even though there has been no official RTM announcement... this seems to confirm it has RTM'd!

    http://blogs.msdn.com/quanto/archive/2005/10/25/485008.aspx

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    Kevin Daly

    Not necessarily, since those are final build numbers for VS 2005 and the .NET Framework v2.0 only.

    The rumour was that it was SQL Server 2005 that failed a regression test, so that's the missing piece.

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    Retro​Recursion

    Waiting waiting waiting.... We got products to ship!!

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    Tensor

    Can't even go to subscriber downloads at the moment - it just returns me to the subscriptions home.

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    gregoryw

    Occasionally it lets me in (I've tried three times this morning, and a few times last night.), but it VS2005 RTM isn't showing up yet.

    I guess that it just limits the number of active sessions (hence the redirects back to the msdn.microsoft.com/subscriptions page.), because once I'm granted access the performance is fine.

    I hope that it's available pretty soon; I've got a project that I'm working on right now that I'd like to move straight up to .NET 2.0 before it goes live...

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    lethalbyte

    It just completely errors for me.  Slightly annoying!!!

    So, when do people think it'll be released?

    Big Smile

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    gregoryw

    Well, I seem to remember that the lag between when Team Foundation Server beta 3 was announced as propagating on MSDN Subscriber Downloads to the time that it was actually available was a couple of days. Of course, then there's the fact that VS2005 RTM will be larger than TFS...

    I also wonder whether the MSDN deployment process is fully automatic or not. Once VS2005 RTM has fully propagated to the servers, does it then become immediately available for download, or does somebody in the MSDN team then have to mark it as available (i.e. we have to wait for someone in the appropriate time zone to carry out this action.)?

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