If you create a CLR windows form project in Visual Studio C++, when you distribute your programs does the user need the .NET Framework or just the Visual C++ 2010 Runtime Redist?


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If your program uses the .NET framework then obviously that's a dependency required on the target machine.

You should need BOTH (the platform and the runtime).
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I assume installing the platform also installs the runtime.

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You can compile the Visual C++ code to native code if you need. This will mean it is not managed code and will no longer require the CLR.

So, really, it's your choice.

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