Multitasking : Unable to Add Refer, compatible Framework 4.0  [SOLVED]

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Multitasking : Unable to Add Refer, compatible Framework 4.0

Postby Emmanuel » 22 Jan 2013

Hi,

We are using Visual Studio 2010, with parallel programming, for multithreading process to take advantage of the multitask processor, for faster results.

I tried to add a DLL as reference in the PowerLanguage Editor . (see the Attached DLL)

But I get an error message : Could not load file or assembly
The Assembly is built by a newer than the currently loaded runtime. (see attached file)

How can we reference this assembly ? it is working with VS 2010.

I think this reference is important, probably the most important, because it can speed up your software by the number of thread available on your computer 8 times for single CPU on the motherboard, 16 times for a dual CPU (or more) depending on your motherboard.

How can we reference this assembly ?


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Re: Multitasking : Unable to Add Refer, compatible Framework

Postby Dru » 23 Jan 2013

Emmanuel wrote:I tried to add a DLL as reference in the PowerLanguage Editor . (see the Attached DLL) But I get an error message : Could not load file or assembly
The Assembly is built by a newer than the currently loaded runtime. (see attached file)
How can we reference this assembly ?

There are no simple ways in this (8.0, 8.5) version of MC .NET.

Emmanuel wrote:it is working with VS 2010.

Your project in PLStudies.sln for MS VS 2010 uses 4.0 .NET Framework by default.
PLEditor does not support .NET Framework 4 at the moment, it uses the 3.5 one.

Emmanuel wrote:I think this reference is important, probably the most important, because it can speed up your software by the number of thread available on your computer 8 times for single CPU on the motherboard, 16 times for a dual CPU (or more) depending on your motherboard.
How can we reference this assembly ?

Emmanuel

As far as I know this functionality has been already requested in the other threads and MC team is looking into adding it in one of the future versions.
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Re: Multitasking : Unable to Add Refer, compatible Framework

Postby Emmanuel » 23 Jan 2013

Hi,

Dru wrote:As far as I know this functionality has been already requested in the other threads and MC team is looking into adding it in one of the future versions.



The main interest for MC .NET is to be able to take advantage of the .NET technology.

And Multithreading programming is one of the most important !


Who want to work with only 1 thread, when you can work with 8 on any computer (or 16 , 32) ? We can speed up 10 times the code as least !

It is clear the Framework 4.0, 4.5 , 5.0 is absolutely necessary. We clearly need to use this technology to stay on the top of the pack.

We could run 10 time faster the code at least.


Would it be possible in the PowerLanguage Editor :
to select the Framework 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, we want to work with in our project.


We have this possibility in VS .NET, we can change of framework depending on the need.

Like that we can use Framework 3.5 to be able to "watch" our variable on a breakpoint, to debug the software, then we selected Framework 4.0 to use newer assembly like multithreading.


We know that TSSupport/ Multicharts team are doing an excellent job in the developpment

and support of Multicharts, Would it be possible that they find a solution for this question ?

This question is very important and urgent.

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Re: Multitasking : Unable to Add Refer, compatible Framework

Postby Henry MultiСharts » 23 Jan 2013

Emmanuel wrote:We know that TSSupport/ Multicharts team are doing an excellent job in the developpment and support of Multicharts,
Would it be possible that they find a solution for this question ?


Hello Emmanuel,

We cannot disagree on the advantages of .Net Framework 4.0 usage.
Thank you for your kind feedback. We are already looking into adding this functionality in one of the future versions of MultiCharts .Net.
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Re: Multitasking : Unable to Add Refer, compatible Framework

Postby Emmanuel » 23 Jan 2013

Hello Henry


Thank you very much for taking this important point in consideration.

This is important . It would be a big improvment.

Thank you for your answer.

Emmanuel

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Re: Multitasking : Unable to Add Refer, compatible Framework

Postby davewolfs » 06 Feb 2013

Can we have an ETA for when this will be supported? I require .NET 4.0 support at a minimum.

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Re: Multitasking : Unable to Add Refer, compatible Framework

Postby davewolfs » 06 Feb 2013

Add me to the list. I'm a new user testing your software and am getting this error as well. When can we expect an update?

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Re: Multitasking : Unable to Add Refer, compatible Framework  [SOLVED]

Postby Henry MultiСharts » 07 Feb 2013

Dear users,

Support for .Net framework 4.0 will be added in the upcoming MultiCharts .Net 8.5 Release Candidate.
This version is expected within two weeks.
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Re: Multitasking : Unable to Add Refer, compatible Framework

Postby Emmanuel » 08 Feb 2013

Henry,

Thank you Henry for this fantastic news !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This will help a lot !

Emmanuel


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