While I agree with you about the arm processors I think continuing
this discussion, argument, debate, whatever you want to call it is
pointless. Jeremy, Jim, and the other VB 6 developers have their
opinions and we have ours. Arguing about it on list for days on end
isn't going to change anyones mind. Time will settle the argument
one way or another.
On 6/10/11, Willem Venter <dwill...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Charles and Jeremy.
> Charles, on the new windows 7 machines, some dos programs stop working
> or have random errors. This is because the machine's architecture
> have changed too much to run them like a normal program. A dos mode is
> emulated by the machine, which doesn't always give the expected
> results, as there as so many things that could go wrong with an
> Jeremy, it's not a question if it won't work, I'm telling you visual
> basic applications won't work on any arm-based machine as things
> stand. This is because arm processors use a different instruction set
> that is not compattible with intel's x86 or x64 instruction set. I'm
> pretty sure microsoft won't recompile the visual basic libraries. They
> already refused to include the vb libraries in windows 7 even though
> they were compatible.
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