When I installed 3.5 it installed. NET 4.0, so can we do 4.0 apis now?
Apr 09 '12 at 09:09 PM
Apr 09 '12 at 06:02 PM
Unity doesn't use .NET, it uses Mono. The version of Mono currently used in Unity is approximately .NET 3.5.
Apr 09 '12 at 09:12 PM
Ok, so is .NET 4.0 used by MonoDevelop or Unity itself? Just wondering why it installed .NET 4.0
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