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Creating a simple project template for SDL projects for Visual Studio .NET 2003?

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Hello, I just set up SDL and it's kind of annoying how every time I create a new Win32 project I have to go into the project settings and change the Runtime Library to Multi-threaded DLL and the Linker Input Additional Dependencies to SDL.lib SDLmain.lib. So I was wondering how to make a new project template called SDL Project or something that I could use instead of Win32 Project to do those two things for me whenever I want to make a new SDL program. I'm coding in C++ btw, in case that matters. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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Is Code::Blocks a significantly better IDE than Visual Studio? Enough so that it would be worth making the switch, if only for the purpose of making project templates more easily?

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Does anyone have any opinion on the matter? I'd like to know whether it would be a smart idea to switch IDEs before I start working on my projects.

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