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Which UniServer Version?

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I can't find a straight answer anywhere...

 

I currently have Carbo 6.1.4 but I get the following:

 - Uniform Server Version Check
 - Checking Version...

A Newer version of the Uniform Server is available!

New Version: 5.7.4-Nano
Installed Version: 6.1.4-Carbo

You can get the newer version from our website by clicking the link below.
Uniform Server Website

I was under the impression that Carbo was a VC9 version and Nano was a VC6.

 

So, what is the exact differences of these two and when should one be utilized

over the other?

 

Running on Windows 7.

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Yep, Carbo and Nano are compiled from the same source base with different VC clones like you mentioned, such that they rely upon different run-times as well ...

 

As if the version comparison is kidding in Carbo ;-)

 

I can't find a straight answer anywhere...

 

I currently have Carbo 6.1.4 but I get the following:

 - Uniform Server Version Check
 - Checking Version...

A Newer version of the Uniform Server is available!

New Version: 5.7.4-Nano
Installed Version: 6.1.4-Carbo

You can get the newer version from our website by clicking the link below.
Uniform Server Website

I was under the impression that Carbo was a VC9 version and Nano was a VC6.

 

So, what is the exact differences of these two and when should one be utilized

over the other?

 

Running on Windows 7.

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Yep, Carbo and Nano are compiled from the same source base with different VC clones like you mentioned, such that they rely upon different run-times as well ...

 

As if the version comparison is kidding in Carbo ;-)

 

 

 

You didn't actually explain the VC differences nor the run-times differences and by doing so, you've only introduced confusion into the mix by not

expounding on each; oh, and you failed to actually provide an answer to my question... ;)

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