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Krisc Posted - Nov 13 2006 : 01:52:24 AM
Yeah, apparently you can do it!
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Krisc Posted - Dec 02 2006 : 1:27:32 PM
It seems possible... In fact it could be simple as having a Game in your library and referencing that via C#.
hotrodx Posted - Nov 27 2006 : 9:12:44 PM
Nice. I'm current researching XNA. I am wondering if you can also deploy to an XBOX 360 using VB.NET. As of now, only C# Express has that option (Tools > Options > [check "Show all options"] > XNA Game Studio > XBOX 360).

But that wouldn't stop us, would it, fellow VB'ers?

My best bet would probably create all VB.NET as dll binaries, add their references to a C# XNA project, then deploy it via XNA, using C# as some sort of wrapper.

Haven't tested it yet, though. Anyone?
messix Posted - Nov 19 2006 : 11:05:57 PM
Awesome find :)

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