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Support XAML2009 Throughout

Generic types etc.

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        XAML2009 not supported in 2013 :/

      • Laurent BugnionLaurent Bugnion commented  · 

        Totally agree with Rob. XAML is right now the area where porting a WPF application to Silverlight is the most painful. It is urgent to make it more compatible (new features should be added to SL as well; support VSM in all the WPF controls; give us something in Silverlight that allows setting properties without transitions, easily (something like triggers).

      • Rob EisenbergRob Eisenberg commented  · 

        As a side note. This should be supported in Silverlight as well.

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