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Thursday, February 25, 2010

X++ Team: Removal of legacy functions

This past Tuesday, the X++ team blog has a new entry on it. There they list legacy functions that are slated to be removed with AX 6.0 and going forward. It is stated they wish to not continue these into the new IL runtime stack.

The blog post can be found here.: X++ Team Blog: Removal of legacy functions

The team is asking for comments, concerns, etc. in this list of functions that will be removed. If you have any, please go to the post and leaves comments.

If the list is left in tack, then these will be removed and any AX 6.0 or beyond code that tries to implement these functions will fail to compile.

I also think that is helps firm the fact, that the IL runtime stack is mentioned. This is the MSIL, or what the CLR, Common Langauge Runtime, compiles C#, VB.Net, etc. code to. So this is one more confirming statement that the C code that AX's current kernel is compiled in, is moving to MSIL.

That's all for now, thanks X++ team for the post!




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