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migrating from VC6 to VS.Net2003

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Hi,
I have several questions being in that migration process :

- is there a way to avoid source editor from changing the
way I put braces, or even better, to change default
behaviour for that. I want braces like this:
int f() {
}

and not like that

int f()
{
}

- can editor macros be imported from VS6 to VS.Net2003 ?

- is there a way to toggle between .h and .cpp file with
same name in a C++ project in VS.Net 2003 (one of the
useful things I used to do with macros in VS.Net 2003).

- does anybody know if Boundschecker integrates well in
Visual.Net 2003 (any real experience?). Maybe even such a
memory leak tracer is integrated in VS2003 ?

Thanks !

Jul 19 '05 #1
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