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We currently say that we support (and run tests on) Visual Studio 2008 and
2010; see http://noda-time.googlecode.com/hg/docs/developer/building.html and
However, Jon says: "I don't even have Visual Studio 2008 installed, and fairly
soon folks may not have Visual Studio 2010 either... How much do we care about
VS2008 at this point, or at least when VS2012 is shipped?"
(To be clear, we're not talking about changing the .NET 3.5 requirement, just
the supported build tools.)
Original issue reported on code.google.com by malcolm.rowe on 5 Aug 2012 at 7:54
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We're currently planning to remove the VS2008 solution, renaming the 2012 one
to leave us with just a 'NodaTime.sln'.
We also need to update the TeamCity configuration when we do this.
We should probably rewrite the mentions in the developer guide (noted above) to
be in terms of 'a C#3 compiler that can open the Visual Studio 2010 solution',
See also issue 123, which covers some of the same ground.
Original comment by malcolm.rowe on 23 Oct 2012 at 12:31
Changed title: Remove mention of, and support for, building under VS2008