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Visual Studio 7.0 and 7.1 on same machine

I am C++ / MFC developer working in architectural non realtime and
realtime visualisation.

I work with Visual C++ 6.0 IDE for some of my apps and for others, eg
programs using AutoCAD 2004/5 ObjectArx in C++ - which requires Visual
C++ 7.0 (.Net 2002)- I have installed Visual C++ 7.0 (2002)on the same
machine (Windows XP)
which works fine.

I have been recently tasked to develop Multigen Paradigm (Vega Prime)
applications which require Visual C++ 7.1 (2003)

Is it possible / safe / practical to install Visual C++ 7.1 (.Net 2003)
in parallel with (ie on the same machine as) my existing Visual C++ 7.0
(2002) / Visual C++ 6.0 IDE's so I can develop in all 3 environments on
the same machine?

Jul 21 '05 #1
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I have Visual Studio .NET 1.0 and 1.1 (2003) on the same machine with no
problem.

If you open a Visual Studio .NET 1.0 project in 1.1, it asks you if you want
to convert it. If you do so, you can no longer use it in 1.0 (I think).
Jul 21 '05 #2
Thanks for the reply - I'll give it a go.

Michael A. Covington wrote:
I have Visual Studio .NET 1.0 and 1.1 (2003) on the same machine with no
problem.

If you open a Visual Studio .NET 1.0 project in 1.1, it asks you if you want
to convert it. If you do so, you can no longer use it in 1.0 (I think).


Jul 21 '05 #3

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