.NET4 and MP

Discussion in 'General Development (no feature request here!)' started by Disore, May 23, 2011.

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    Do we have anything in the MediaPortal v1 roadmap about .NET4, or is that reserved for MediaPortal v2?


     
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    there are no plans for .NET 4 currently for MP1
     
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    Better would be the .NET 5 with the async additions ;)

    That would be very usefull in MP
     
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    Agree, the await keyword looks awesome.

    I am using TPL in .NET3.5 (implemented in Reactive Extensions) but wanted to know if I will be able to use the corresponding classes in .NET4.
     

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