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This info affects us all

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kdub_nz
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This info affects us all

I've read elsewhere that AutoDesk plans to move on from the .NET Framework to a later .NET version for Revit and Civil3D.

Can anyone provide information regarding this for Autocad 2025 ?
This change will require some work by code shops and  lead time with well founded information will assist us to ( prepare to ) make this transition.

 

Regards,
Kerry

 

 


// Called Kerry in my other life.

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Ed.Jobe
in reply to: kdub_nz

Maybe @moogalm  can answer.

Ed


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kdub_nz
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Thanks Ed.
I didn't want to ping anyone particular, but was hoping for a response from someone who knows the particulars


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Everything will work just as you expect it to, unless your expectations are incorrect.

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moogalm
in reply to: kdub_nz

Next release of AutoCAD will support Net Core technology.

 

For more information - https://adndevblog.typepad.com/autocad/2023/07/call-for-action-next-release-of-autocad.html

 

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Anton_Huizinga
in reply to: moogalm

Unfortunately, only a focus on bèta testers and ADN members. I am both, but this issue will hit every AutoCAD/Civil 3D/Revit/etc developer. 

 

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moogalm
in reply to: Anton_Huizinga

All mentioned products are moving NET Core technology, you will be seeing more information on their respective beta websites.

 

 

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Ed.Jobe
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Thanks @moogalm 

Ed


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kdub_nz
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Thanks @moogalm,
I'll keep an eye out for that information when it's published.

Though, I must say , I agree with @Anton_Huizinga about the intention of restricting the information.
Regards,


// Called Kerry in my other life.

Everything will work just as you expect it to, unless your expectations are incorrect.

class keyThumper<T> : Lazy<T>;      another  Swamper

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