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.NET vs C++ Versions of Aspose.Words

I’m evaluating Aspose.Words for converting Office documents to PDF. Are there differences between the quality, performance or frequency of releases between the .NET and C++ on-premise versions of these libraries for Linux? Would you recommend one over the other in certain circumstances?


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@stephan Thank you for your interest in our products. Please note that product development, bug fixes and Aspose.Words new functionality implementation is carried out on .Net, and then this functionality is ported to C++. Aspose.Words for C++ has a bit less functionality compared to .Net (for more details see Limitations and API Differences at https://docs.aspose.com/words/cpp/aspose-words-for-cpp-22-1-release-notes/). In most cases .NET version of Aspose.Words shows better performance than C++ version.
The frequency of new releases of both products is the same, they are released once a month.

@Vadim.Saltykov Thank you very much for the helpful reply!