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possible to do regularC++ and COM/ATL dvlpt in new VS.NET

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Hi,

I am currently doing C++/ATL/COM coding in VS version 6.0 and I want to move to the new Visual Studio .NET.

The problem is that I am new to COM/ATL coding and I am unsure whether VS.NET supports COM/ATL C++ development without too much pain.

Also, I would like to create regular C++ code within the new IDE. Thee CLR and pcode stuff can wait for now.

Thanks

Michael
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Yes, ATL is still supported (actually much enhanced) and you can still do
plain C or C++.

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"michael thomas" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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Hi,

I am currently doing C++/ATL/COM coding in VS version 6.0 and I want to move to the new Visual Studio .NET.
The problem is that I am new to COM/ATL coding and I am unsure whether VS.NET supports COM/ATL C++ development without too much pain.
Also, I would like to create regular C++ code within the new IDE. Thee CLR and pcode stuff can wait for now.
Thanks

Michael

Jul 21 '05 #2

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Thanks Klaus
"Klaus H. Probst" <us*******@vbbox.com> wrote in message
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Yes, ATL is still supported (actually much enhanced) and you can still do
plain C or C++.

--
____________________
Klaus H. Probst, MVP
http://www.vbbox.com/

"michael thomas" <an*******@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:46**********************************@microsof t.com...
Hi,

I am currently doing C++/ATL/COM coding in VS version 6.0 and I want to move to the new Visual Studio .NET.

The problem is that I am new to COM/ATL coding and I am unsure whether

VS.NET supports COM/ATL C++ development without too much pain.

Also, I would like to create regular C++ code within the new IDE. Thee

CLR and pcode stuff can wait for now.

Thanks

Michael


Jul 21 '05 #3

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