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newer verison of eVC++4

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Does anyone know the what's the latest version of eVC++4 (IDE)? I have file *.vcw but even VS 2003(of course as ecpected like VC 6 aslo cannot open eVC++) also cannot open.

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Visual Studio 2005.


VS2003 had support for C# and VB.net on handhelds, and was kinda sorta the replacement for eVB. It did not have support for C++ on handhelds, and that made a lot of people (including me) rather upset.


C++ programmers have had to limp along with eVC3 and eVC4 -- both of which felt like C++ from the early '90s rather than the ISO Standard C++ from 1998. Finally, Visual Studio 2005 supported C++ on handhelds.

And the world rejoiced.

Except for the people who needed to migrate lots of legacy code from the badly broken eVC.

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Visual Studio 2005 supported C++ on handhelds

is that included VS Express?
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migrate lots of legacy code

U meant the're no upgrade wizard?

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Visual Studio 2005 supported C++ on handhelds

is that included VS Express?

Probably not, but I don't know for sure.
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migrate lots of legacy code

U meant the're no upgrade wizard?

The upgrade wizard only converts the project settings, and really doesn't do a spectacular job of it.

It won't convert a large project that uses all the non-standard constructs that eVC needed and automatically convert all the constructs that are now illegal into one of their current counterparts.

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You CAN NOT use the windows mobile SDK with the express version of 2005. :(
then what about "Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone SDK.msi" for VS 2003? also, will MS eVC++4 affect the existing MS VS6 and MS VS 2003 program?

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