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developer:rhino5dotnetplugins [2016/04/04]
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 ====== Compiling and Debugging .NET plug-ins for Rhino 5 (and 4) ====== ====== Compiling and Debugging .NET plug-ins for Rhino 5 (and 4) ======
  
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 ==== If you are developing .NET plug-ins for Rhino 5 ==== ==== If you are developing .NET plug-ins for Rhino 5 ====
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 Visual Studio 2010 can debug inside of either the .NET 2 or .NET 4 runtimes. Visual Studio 2010 can debug inside of either the .NET 2 or .NET 4 runtimes.
  
-For a while there was a trick to getting Rhino 5 to load .NET 2 instead of .NET 4 by passing a command line flag of **/​dotnetversion=2**. This flag no longer works in the 64-bit version of Rhino 5 as the Rhino_DotNet assembly for 64-bit Rhino 5 requires .NET 4.  The flag should continue to work in the 32-bit version of Rhino 5, but will become less and less useful over time as many of the core .NET plug-ins for Rhino 5 will no longer work (toolbars, RhinoScript,​ and Python editors...)+For a while there was a trick to getting Rhino 5 to load .NET 2 instead of .NET 4 by passing a command line flag of **/​dotnetversion=2**. This flag no longer works in the 64-bit version of Rhino 5 as the Rhino_DotNet assembly for 64-bit Rhino 5 requires .NET 4.  The flag should continue to work in the 32-bit version of Rhino 5, but will become less and less useful over time as many of the core .NET plug-ins for Rhino 5 no longer work (toolbars, RhinoScript,​ and Python editors...).
  
  
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