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  • #16
    Sorry, my original post only asked wheter there were any plans to support asp, I didn't ask for vBulletin to be ported to asp by you guys.
    So I guess you should close this thread. If anyone wants and asp forum, there
    are lots which are easy to modify. If someone wants an ASP version of vBulletin, search for this thread, read, and cry..haha.

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    • #17
      Well there are no plans at the moment to move towards ASP for the reasons I listed above.

      Its got a limited market is the simple answer at this moment in time, our developers are also geared towards PHP and have limited experience in C#. I've personally used it and prefer Java.
      Scott MacVicar

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