In April 2003, Microsoft introduced a minor upgrade to Visual Studio .NET called Visual Studio .NET 2003, codenamed Everett (for the city of the same name). It includes an upgrade to the .NET Framework, version 1.1, and is the first release to support developing programs for mobile devices, using ASP.NET or the .NET Compact Framework. The Visual C++ compiler's standards-compliance improved, especially in the area of partial template specialization. Visual C++ Toolkit 2003 is a version of the same C++ compiler shipped with Visual Studio .NET 2003 without the IDE that Microsoft made freely available. As of 2010 it is no longer available and the Express Editions have superseded it. The internal version number of Visual Studio .NET 2003 is version 7.1 while the file format version is 8.0.
Visual Studio .NET 2003 shipped in four editions: Academic, Professional, Enterprise Developer, and Enterprise Architect. The Visual Studio .NET 2003 Enterprise Architect edition includes an implementation of Microsoft Visio 2002's modeling technologies, including tools for creating Unified Modeling Language-based visual representations of an application's architecture, and a powerful Object-Role Modeling (ORM) and logical database-modeling solution. "Enterprise Templates" were also introduced, to help larger development teams standardize coding styles and enforce policies around component usage and property settings.
Supported .NET Framework versions: 1.1
The product was released 2003-04-24.
Service Pack 1 was released September 13, 2006.
What does not
What was not tested
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Debian GNU/Linux 7.x "Wheezy" x86_64||Jun 26 2012||1.4.1||No||Not installable||Garbage||an anonymous user|
|Show||Fedora 10 x86_64||Jan 25 2009||1.1.13||No||Not installable||Garbage||Anastasius Focht|
Make sure you operate on a clean 32-bit WINEPREFIX (~/.wine)!
1. Prerequisite installation by using 'winetricks' script
Winetricks will take care of all needed installation prerequisites and work around
Optionally install core fonts
2. Apply a patch
See "Workaround for bug 8439 (setup disappears)" note for HOWTO. After that you can use the installer.
Never run wine as root (su, sudo)! Wine doesn't require to be run as root!
You will screw your WINEPREFIX and possibly other things up. If you have run Wine as root you need to:
Again: Just run wine as regular user and all should be fine.
To work around the disappearing installer, described in bug 8439, you must compile and install Wine from source after applying the following patch. Refer to Wine User Guide "Installing Wine from Source" here.
1.) Save the following snippet to a text file: Patch
2.) Apply the patch (cd to Wine source tree first):
3.) Compile Wine and install.
Now you can run the installer.
The following installer message in console is expected and harmless: