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'[OT:] Visual Studio 6.0 Service Pack 6'
2004\04\01@120818 by Ken Pergola

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FYI only:
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With all this Microsoft .NET momentum (which I embrace), I was very
pleasantly surprised that a few days ago Microsoft has released Service Pack
6.0 for Visual Studio 6.0 (which I still use too).

I'm glad Microsoft has decided to tidy things up with Microsoft Visual
Studio 6.0 and release a new service pack.

"Service Pack 6 for Visual Basic 6.0, Visual C++ 6.0 with Visual Source Safe
6.0d provides the latest updates to these products. It is recommended for
all users of Visual Basic 6.0, Visual C++ 6.0 and Visual Source Safe 6.0."

So if anyone is still developing with Visual Studio 6.0 (I'm jesting of
course), just mosey on down to:

www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=A8494EDB-2E89-4676-
A16A-5C5477CB9713&displaylang=en


Best regards,

Ken Pergola

P.S. Some URL stitching may be needed if the URL gets word-wrapped...

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2004\04\01@142600 by Pietro Cecchi

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Thanks Ken!

I already downloaded and installed SP6, before your message.

But I saw that "not all bugs were removed, as i can still see the dirbox
reverse scrolling, for example, and many other malfunctionings". So I hope
soon a SP7 will come...

I found a number of malfunctioning in the drivebox, dirbox and filelistbox
standard controls, and I had to rebuild myself these controls in a file
manager application named Long Names (you can see them working downloading
the file manager, that is free, from site mon-petit-monde.ifrance.com).

IMO at least some of the improvements on these controls (like the right
vertical scroll, the addition of an horizzontal scroll, the autoupdating for
new files or directories and some filters in the filelistbox) should be
implemented in the standard drive/dir/filelistbox controls.

I hope I didn't annoy you all too much...

Regards, Pietro



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2004\04\01@143635 by Edward Gisske

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M$ seems to have taken this SP down. The link doesn't work and they only
list through SP5 on their download page.

Problems, maybe??

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2004\04\01@143638 by Ken Pergola

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Pietro Cecchi wrote:

> ...But I saw that "not all bugs were removed, as i can still see the
dirbox
> reverse scrolling, for example, and many other malfunctionings". So I hope
> soon a SP7 will come...

> I hope I didn't annoy you all too much...

Hi Pietro,

Not at all. I was interested in hearing about the problems that still exist.
Thanks for the link to your web site. MIDI caught my eye on your web site. I
love synths and electronic music.

Now I wish I had studied French a few more years in high school!
I'll try my best to find the information you mentioned in your post.

Best regards,

Ken Pergola

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2004\04\01@144505 by Rob Hamerling

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Pietro Cecchi wrote:

> I hope I didn't annoy you all too much...

I'm afraid all messages about all Windows software annoy me! My mouse
pointer moves almost automatically to the erase button.....

Rob.


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2004\04\01@153355 by Pietro Cecchi

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ehm... I must add the english version as soon I have the time to do it...

Sorry Ken,
but anyhow just download all modules (the installation file was implemented
to be transportable on HD floppies) in any directory then launch setup.exe
You can download them from this email too, see the links below:
Pour  décharger les 10 fichiers suivantes, cliquer droit sur les lieux et
sauver les objects dans une même directoire quelconque


  Help.chm          (optional)


  readme.txt

  setup.exe

  setup-1.bin

  setup-2.bin

  setup-3.bin

  setup-4.bin

  setup-5.bin

  setup-6.bin

  setup-7.bin


Enfin, pour installer Long Names,  il suffit de demarrer Setup.exe


In the help there is also the full description for building yourself a midi
interface (between the sound card and the keyboard, changes voltages into
currents and viceversa). After connecting PC, midi interface and
keyboard/digital piano, from Long Names you can record midi files (I
recorded midis lasting half an hour).
It works pretty well with my Roland, I use it all the time to record midi
pieces: a lot of fun!!!

All the best,
Pietro


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2004\04\01@172613 by Mike Hawkshaw

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Ken,

Thanks very much for the info. It looks as though the service pack has been
moved so here's where I found it.....

http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/downloads/updates/sp/vs6/sp6/default.aspx

All the best....Mike.

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2004\04\01@174520 by Ken Pergola

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Edward Gisske wrote:

> M$ seems to have taken this SP down. The link doesn't work and they only
> list through SP5 on their download page.
>
> Problems, maybe??

Hi Ed,

Did you see my postscript?

You just have to stitch the URL together since it got word-wrapped.

Best regards,

Ken Pergola

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2004\04\01@174933 by Ken Pergola

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Hi Pietro,

No need to apologize. I should be apologizing -- I'm pretty much in the
minority in that I can only read and write in one language.
Thank you for the further details you provided. I love Roland's web site --
they make some nice products!

Best regards,

Ken Pergola

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2004\04\05@152258 by Tom Mariner

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Ken,

We develop using both .Net and VS 6. Both are connected to embedded systems
with various PIC varieties. (17 series, 18 series)

.Net is a big step from VS 6. Once you are going, however, the object
orientation saves lots of time, effort and makes the validation job a lot
easier.

Tom Mariner

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2004\04\05@160711 by Ken Pergola

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Tom Mariner wrote:

> .Net is a big step from VS 6. Once you are going, however, the object
> orientation saves lots of time, effort and makes the validation job a lot
> easier.

Hi Tom,

Absolutely -- I don't dispute this at all and I hope you did not think I was
putting .NET down (that's why I said I embrace it) -- I own legal copies of
Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Professional 2002 and 2003. :)

Best regards,

Ken Pergola

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2004\04\09@175829 by Eron

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Hello Ken and Tom,

I'm a VS6 long time user and like to migrate to VS .NET

Are there some place that a VS .NET 2003 is available to download for
evaluation??
I try to find with Google search, but I only found MSDN
Documentation...

Thanks in advance,

Eron.

segunda-feira, 5 de abril de 2004, 16:22:35, estava escrito:

> Ken,

> We develop using both .Net and VS 6. Both are connected to embedded systems
> with various PIC varieties. (17 series, 18 series)

> .Net is a big step from VS 6. Once you are going, however, the object
> orientation saves lots of time, effort and makes the validation job a lot
> easier.

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2004\04\09@185303 by Ken Pergola
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Eron wrote:

> Are there some place that a VS .NET 2003 is available to download for
> evaluation??

Hiya Eron,

This should get you started:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/productinfo/trial/default.aspx

(If the above URL gets word-wrapped, just stitch it back together in your
favorite browser.)

Best regards,

Ken Pergola

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2004\04\10@135538 by Eron

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Thank you Ken,

So, Microsoft ask for about $10 or $20 to sell Evaluation CDs and sent
by postal mail.  It's a long delay for a brasilian beta tester  ;-)
(We have the bad habit of want everything for yesterday...)

Thanks for the link.

Eron.

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2004\04\12@114012 by Ken Pergola

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Eron wrote:

> So, Microsoft ask for about $10 or $20 to sell Evaluation CDs and sent
> by postal mail.  It's a long delay for a brasilian beta tester  ;-)
> (We have the bad habit of want everything for yesterday...)

Hi Eron,

If I were them (Microsoft) I would use AOL (America On-Line) marketing
techniques and just send them out for free or mass mail those Visual Studio
.NET demo CDs to anything that moves.

I guess I did not research that link well enough myself -- I thought there
was a way you could download it, but now that I think about it, it would
probably be a monster download.

I would still contact them and ask for a free CD to be sent to you. It can't
hurt asking.

Best regards,

Ken Pergola

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2004\04\12@212054 by Eron

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> I guess I did not research that link well enough myself -- I thought there
> was a way you could download it, but now that I think about it, it would
> probably be a monster download.

It would really a monster download.  I think that MS VS .NET 2003 is
packed in about seven CDs or one DVD...  :-O

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