Vesrion of Visual Studio

Posted on 2005-05-13
Last Modified: 2006-11-18

Can anyone tell me what version of Visual Studio to use for simple development of ASP 2.0 / 3.0 pages.

I donot want to use .NET

Can someone suggest.

Please let me know as to which version mentioned below would suffice :

659-01247       VStudio .NET Pro 2003 Win32 English MVL                    
628-01121       VStudio .NET Ent Dev 2003 Win32 English MVL                                
G77-00284      VStudio.NET Ent Architect 2003 Win32 English MVL                        
659-01444       VStudio Pro 6.0 Win32 English Disk Kit MVL CD
659-01453       VStudio .NET Pro 2003 Win32 English Disk Kit MVL CD                  
628-01231       VStudio .NET Ent Dev 2003 Win32 English Disk Kit MVL CD          
628-01220       VStudio Ent Dev 6.0 Win32 English Disk Kit MVL CD                        
G77-00380      VStudio.NET Ent Architect 2003 Win32 English Disk Kit MVL CD    

Thanks and Regards,
Question by:arun_dp
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    They will all "suffice" but the VStudio.NET packages are neater to use. They support more languages and highlight your code better.

    However, there is one major problem with the version I use (Enterprise Architect): it likes to put ID attributes into all my HTML tags that need them. If I copy + paste a table with no ID attributes it puts them in. THERE IS NO WAY TO SWITCH IT OFF and it annoys the hell out of me!



    <table ID="Table1"><tr><td>simple</td></tr></table>

    I think it's to make the HTML more XML compliant but it's still annoying.

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