Definitions

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  • noun computing, informal A redistributable software component.

Etymologies

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redistributable

Examples

  • Have to download some Visual C redist, and honestly I'm not THAT tech-savvy.

    The LiteStep At Night Desktop | Lifehacker Australia

  • Speculation, but my guess is that mcbush is polling extraordinarily well in some of the ruby redist states, which is off-setting obama's small lead in the swing states and some blue states.

    McCain Gets Convention Bounce In Latest Polls

  • Have to download some Visual C redist, and honestly I'm not THAT tech-savvy.

    The LiteStep At Night Desktop | Lifehacker Australia

  • Speculation, but my guess is that mcbush is polling extraordinarily well in some of the ruby redist states, which is off-setting obama's small lead in the swing states and some blue states.

    McCain Gets Convention Bounce In Latest Polls

  • Is the video CC-licensed with proper redist permissions?

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  • This error means that the package is missing the source for the VC++ redist which is "vcredist.msi".

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  • If an application has a known problem with an old redist, they should be shipping the latest one with their app, and let WinSxS take care of it all.

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  • If you are redistributing the Full Framework with your application you most likely want to redist this package as it can install on both 32 and 64 bit OS's. dotNetFx40_Client_x86. exe (28.8 MB): This is the Client Profile SKU that you could use to install on any supported 32-bit OS.

    Scott Hanselman

  • If you are redistributing the Client Profile with your application you most likely want to redist this package as it can install on both 32 and 64 bit OS's.

    Scott Hanselman

  • Let's assume you want to run an app, and it needs the C++ redist files, and what if moments before, you had installed the C++ redistributables for the first time, with the version number

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