We just upgraded from Visual Studio 2008 to Visual Studio 2010. We had to convert our projects and solutions, but we thought no changes were need for regular ASP.net websites. However, Visual Studio 2010 modified the assemblyBinding element in the web.config
file to include the appliesTo attribute. The website is still targeting .net 3.5 and will be for a little while until we upgrade everything to 4.0.
So, is this attribute necessary? If so, why? We had hoped we didn't need to update all our websites solely for the purpose of using Visual Studio 2010 as we have a lot of them. We'll take the effort to upgrade them when we finally change them to target .net
4.0. Until then, is the web.config change necessary?
Here is what we had in web.config before the upgrade to Visual Studio 2010:
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