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DirectX 9 App Wizard

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Yep, it''s an Install option in the Installer (this is in the Summer Update 2003 Package). You can select it on the ''Custom Setup'' dialog under the ''DirectX Utilities'' tree.


Dustin Franklin
Mircrosoft DirectX MVP

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Note that in the 2004 SDK, they don''t use App Wizards anymore; instead there''s a "Base Project" using the D3DXUT library; you have to copy that folder to a new spot on the disk, and start from there.

Also, when copying MSVC 7+ projects and solutions, it''ll generate multiple projects of the same GUID, which is generally a bad idea. Thus, you have to manually edit the GUID of the project copy (and the reference to it in the solution).

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Are you sure of that? I bet that they will indeed have one in the final release. Of course they wouldn''t go through the trouble of creating a wizard for a beta. If they did that, everytime they change the new framework, they''d have to change the wizard.

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