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    .net and trial licence

    Being both broke and unemployed
    the nearest I have to .net is an out of date trial version
    that will not run the IDE.

    Who needs a debugger anyway is my balls of steel self-belief.

    So here is my problem:
    I want to compile and link both asp and winform based jobbies
    but I have to do this from the 'dos' prompt

    For example:
    /r:"\Program Files\Microsoft.NET\Primary Interop Assemblies\Microsoft.mshtml.dll"
    /out:WebBrowser.dll WebBrowser.cs
    csc /reference:WebBrowser.dll /r:"\Program Files\Microsoft.NET\Primary Interop Assemblies\Microsoft.mshtml.dll" WebBrowserTest.cs

    Produces the following unhealthy output

    Unhandled Exception: System.Resources.MissingManifestResourceException: Could not find any resources appropriate for the specified culture (or the neutral culture) in the given assembly. Make sure "WebBrowser.resources" was correctly embedded or linked into assembly "WebBrowser".
    baseName: WebBrowser locationInfo: CoadTools.WebBrowser resource file name: WebBrowser.resources assembly: WebBrowser, Version=, Culture=neu
    tral, PublicKeyToken=null
    at System.Resources.ResourceManager.InternalGetResour ceSet(CultureInfo culture, Boolean createIfNotExists, Boolean tryParents)

    Anybody know how I create mak files or whatever
    to get a good build.

    Now if you know how to Crack/nobble/steal/break
    the Microsoft "this product has expired ..."
    that would be just as useful but probably illegal ....

    Dim are you around .... ?

    I am around (as ever).

    You can download and run the trial version of VS 2003 for 60 days:


    Even if you have tried a previous version, this should work.

    If you are looking to do ASP.NET you can use the free IDE known as Web Matrix:


    Alternatively, get your doctor to sign you off as depressed and claim invalidity benefits which will soon cover the cost of a VS.NET license.


      Well Thanks Fish and Fishing Leasons

      download trial
      48-60k freeserve dial-up ISP for 14.99 per month ....

      free IDE well okay worth seeing what it does.

      doctor to sign you off as depressed ...

      My wife is doing the whole clean out thing
      ( I started savings for a house aged thirteen .... )

      My female trick-cyclist Doctor Roberts said I am not
      "depressed" I am "angry"
      I said no, I am very bitter at my wife cleaning out
      thirty years of my efforts compared to our fourteen year

      Can "doctor" be my male G.P.


        .Net trial

        order free 3 month trial DVD from MS. Needs online registration once installed.