Breaking Changes in Eyeshot 2024

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  • Eyeshot version 2024 is based on NET6/NET7/NET8 and Framework 4.7.2

    By that do you mean it should still be possible to build an app against .net framework 4.7.2 ?

    Other notes released along the year seems to point to the fact it wouldn't be supported on anything else than .NET 6 and up

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  • Hi - i would also like to now whether 4.7.2 is still supported? Our software is still a few years from being upgraded 

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  • Hello,

    I can confirm that Eyeshot 2024 still offers support for .NET Framework 4.7.2.
    Eyeshot is now delivered through NuGet packages that are compatible with .NET Framework 4.7.2, .NET 6, .NET 7 and .NET 8.

    We would like to clarify that in some of our release notes when we mentioned Visual Studio 2022 and .NET 6, we were referring to source sample codes included with the installer. These codes are designed to target .NET 6, and to work with them and get the full experience of Eyeshot 2024, it is necessary to use Visual Studio 2022.

    We apologize for any confusion that may have arisen due to the way our message was phrased. We plan on revising those notes to provide better clarity.

    I appreciate your understanding.

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  • Hello

    I just want to let you know that devDept.Geometry.Transformation IsScaled was renamed to HasScaling (according to properties description) and there is no BC entry. Isn't reported by migration tool too.

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  • Hello Matteo,

    Thank you for reporting the missing item, I have updated the article and we will also update the migration tool.

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  • Can a developer without license continue to develop without a license? After upgrading to Eyeshot 2024, I am seeing an "invalid developer license" while trying to run in debug. Please advise.

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  • Hello Ron,

    You should see that error message only if you interact with Eyeshot. If you need to interact with Eyeshot, you need to purchase a license.

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  • LeaderAndText.ComputePositionsGDI has been renamed too.

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