J#.NET - Visual JSharp .NET Version 7.0 Beta 1


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  1. #1
    Richardb Guest

    J#.NET - Visual JSharp .NET Version 7.0 Beta 1


    This was posted to the VB.Net.Discussion group.

    Did anyone else see this?? http://www.activewin.com announced this.

    +++

    Microsoft silently released / leaked:
    J#.NET - Visual JSharp .NET Version 7.0 Beta 1

    Sys Req.:
    - Visual Studio .NET Beta2 (7.0.9254.0) English (US)
    - Windows 2000 or Windows XP Professional

    download 7,056 kb
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/r...eleaseid=32968
    NOTE: says release date: 11 Oct 2001, so is this a leak?

    I tested on XP2600, integrates seemless into Studio,
    including documentation to MSDN.NET !
    I have J# 'Hello World' running !!!!


    Introduction
    Welcome to Beta 1 of Microsoft Visual J# .NET.
    Microsoft Visual J# .NET is a development tool that developers who are
    familiar with the java-language syntax can use to build applications
    and services on the .NET Framework. It integrates the java-language
    syntax into the Visual Studio .NET shell.
    Microsoft Visual J# .NET also supports the functionality
    found in VJ++ 6.0 including Microsoft extensions.
    Microsoft Visual J# .NET is not a tool for developing applications
    intended to run on a Java Virtual Machine.
    Applications and services built with Visual J# .NET will run
    only in the .NET Framework.
    Visual J# .NET has been independently developed by Microsoft.
    It is not endorsed or approved by Sun Microsystems, Inc.



  2. #2
    Jason Guest

    Re: J#.NET - Visual JSharp .NET Version 7.0 Beta 1


    Looks like the download has been removed. Darn.

    On the positive side, this will allow me an easier migration path for my
    J++ stuff. I was having trouble finding equivalent classes in the .NET framework
    for some of the J++ classes I was using. If Microsoft releases this technology,
    I should have no problem just using my old code! Yay!

  3. #3
    Narayana Guest

    Re: J#.NET - Visual JSharp .NET Version 7.0 Beta 1


    Look for more info at this location:
    http://www.microsoft.com/india/india...cts/dotnet.htm


    "Jason" <jason@creative_nospam_corp.com> wrote:
    >
    >Looks like the download has been removed. Darn.
    >
    >On the positive side, this will allow me an easier migration path for my
    >J++ stuff. I was having trouble finding equivalent classes in the .NET

    framework
    >for some of the J++ classes I was using. If Microsoft releases this technology,
    >I should have no problem just using my old code! Yay!



  4. #4
    Russell Jones Guest

    Re: J#.NET - Visual JSharp .NET Version 7.0 Beta 1

    And here:

    http://www.devx.com/dotnet/articles/...1/lp100901.asp


    "Narayana" <narayanap@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:3bc3ecbe$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > Look for more info at this location:
    > http://www.microsoft.com/india/india...cts/dotnet.htm
    >
    >
    > "Jason" <jason@creative_nospam_corp.com> wrote:
    > >
    > >Looks like the download has been removed. Darn.
    > >
    > >On the positive side, this will allow me an easier migration path for my
    > >J++ stuff. I was having trouble finding equivalent classes in the .NET

    > framework
    > >for some of the J++ classes I was using. If Microsoft releases this

    technology,
    > >I should have no problem just using my old code! Yay!

    >




  5. #5
    Axel Guest

    Re: J#.NET - Visual JSharp .NET Version 7.0 Beta 1


    >> >
    >> >Looks like the download has been removed. Darn.
    >> >


    Look for http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/r...eleaseid=33021

    or try to search for jsharp... it works!

    cu!
    Axel


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