vom: 20.02.2000 von: Jürgen Wondzinski woody@prolib.de
Visual Studio 7.0 auf 2001 verschoben...  
Microsoft Corp. has postponed until 2001 the delivery of the next version of its Visual Studio tool suite -- key technology for building and deploying Windows-based electronic-commerce applications.

Delivery of Visual Studio 7.0, scheduled to ship this year, is now "at least a year away" because of development work being done to build support for Windows DNA (Distributed Internet Architecture) 2000 into the suite, said Dave Mendlen, a tools product planner at Microsoft, in Redmond, Wash.

Visual Studio has not had a major upgrade since September 1998 with the release of version 6.0.

News of the delay came as a disappointment to Microsoft customers.

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