This laptop normally runs Windows Seven_SP1, and I’ve got VS2010 installed. It’s primary purpose is for developing for the Netduino version 1 I have here. And as such I have all of the things that function needs. Including the latest MicroFramework build which is for me 4.2. I also installed its appropriate release of the SDK for it as well.
But can two releases of the Netduino SDK co-exist? I mean one was written for the Netduino Mini (Which despite being technically obsolete I’d really like to find two.) and this Netduino version 1 which I have mounted on a developers platform sold by Tinkerspher, a store in Manhattan which sells gigatons of things but nothing to do with this site.
I do run Windows 8.1 on this laptop. But it runs slowly and poorly. Originally when I’d gotten the first N3 platform here, that’s the Windows release I needed. Is that still true? If not is there an answer to my question. I did run VS2013 once on this laptop, for attempting to build code for an older release of Windows IOT Core stuff, on a Galileo 1 Platform. I don’t do that now. That’s a clarification to the original issue.
Oh and according to the pages for installing everything on Windows I need the 4,3,2 release of the Framework, okay, but what about the release I mentioned? Does it matter?
Oh and Brian the events page needs to be updated past this past Summer. Throw an event here on the East Coast!
EDIT: It is indeed 4.2 one of the last releases prior to the migration.