[Mono-list] String.Compare - MS doc discrepancies

Brian Crowell brian@fluggo.com
Thu, 28 Feb 2002 17:00:10 -0600

> 	So VS.NET commercially released this month Feb-13 for $ 1,079. Does
> that mean that .NET has been commercially released ?. (that's an ACE up
> someone's sleeve).

The .NET Framework was commercially released well before the final release
of VS.NET. The same clause is in the final release EULA.

Of course, the benchmark clause is only valid if you agree to the EULA. So
far as I know, copyright law does not permit Microsoft to make that claim