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Does ASP.NET MVC 2 in .NET framework 3.5 support Razor Engine syntax?

Posted on 2013-01-08
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   Our development servers are still in .NET framework 3.5 sp1 and I have developed my web project in .NET 4.0 with mvc 3. I need to rewrite the code so that it supports 3.5 with mvc 2 on MS windows server 2003. However, most of my UI code is written using Razor syntax. As I am creating the project in mvc 2, I found no support for Razor and it only supports aspx.

Do I need to do additional installation for the .NET 3.5 to support razor engine syntax?

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Vishnu
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Only MVC3 + support razor so developing something in MVC2 will not allow you to have access to razor based view engine.
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