[ros-dev] White Paper outdated ?
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Sat Feb 11 21:30:57 CET 2006
> Psychologically, "Windows 2000 Compatible" sounds a lot better than
> "Windows NT 4.0 Compatible"
The thing is, most people don't even know, that Windows XP is actually
Windows NT 5.1 (or Windows 2000 ist Windows NT 5.0).
So it really makes sense to at least say "Windows 2000 compatible", as
_most_ people don't know, that it makes nearly no difference (from the
developers point of view) what the development target is, as it is
nearly the same.
So maybe the development target should be set to Windows XP, as there
are quite a lot people, not even knowing about Windows XP being the
successor of Windows 2000.
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