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There is a utility on CodeProject to do this. I have never tried it, but it seems to do what you need.

http://www.codeproject.com/tools/prjconverter.asp

As for going from 6.0 -> 7.0, Visual Studio .Net should take care of the conversion for you.

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Original post by Halo7

As for going from 6.0 -> 7.0, Visual Studio .Net should take care of the conversion for you.


I do not have VS.NET.

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i dont think thats a good idea.

i heard in vc7 you can do:

for(int i=0;i<2;i++)
{
}
for(int i=0;i<2;i++)
{
}

but in vc6 if you do that you will get a redefinition of 'i'

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I have used the previously mentioned tool on CodeProject, and haven't encountered any problems.

Edit: As for going from 6.0 -> 7.0, I only know of VS .NET actually being able to do that.

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