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Use dual-targeting to run on both .netfx-3.5 and .netfx-4.0+. #12

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binki commented Sep 14, 2018

Fixes #11.

@joelpurra joelpurra merged commit 27df4ce into joelpurra:master Oct 6, 2018

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Change framework target version to .net v4.0
- Makes for easier execution on Windows systems without .net v3.5, but has .net v4+. No need for a separate `app.config` there, as it is today.
- Crashes on Windows systems with only .net v3.5.
- Targets application to (primarily) Windows 10, while leaving (primarily) Windows 7 behind.
  - Both are still popular, with a high number of users and large market shares.
  - September 2018:
    - Windows 10: 50.07%
    - Windows 7: 37.2%
- Can both systems be targeted at once, similar to #11/#12 but without `app.config`?

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- #11
- #12
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_10#Market_share_and_sales
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joelpurra commented Oct 6, 2018

@binki: great, didn't know about this technique before -- many thanks again =)

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