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Can I get some info on setting the Compiler links for a project up in Visual Studio .NET? I know how to do it in VS 6, by going to Projects->Settings->Link but I dont see any thing like that in .NET

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Only way i know how to do it is to right click on the project in the "Solution Explorer" window ... all the settings are in there.

Should be able to figure it out. What i want to know is how to get VC6 appwizards to work in VS.NET?

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hiya,

i think the App Wizard in VS.Net is now different, ie, different file format, so the app wizard in vc6 is not compatible in vs.net,

i think there''s an app wizard someone made along the articles and resource section here at gamedev for the .net,

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Go to Tools/Options/Projects/VC++ Directories.

As for the app wizard check out: http://www.gamedev.net/reference/list.asp?categoryid=24

I submitted a conversion of the VC6 app wizard a while ago.

Scott

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Alright, added the directories to the options for VS.NET, is there any thing I need to do when I create the project.

Thanks for all the help.

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What else do you think you need to do? Make sure you have your include and libs directory set up correctly and you should be ready to roll.

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