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Converting a VC 6.0 project

Hi all,

A VC 6.0 project( output is a Activex DLL) is converted to VC 2005
project and the output here is again a DLL.

When i try to include this DLL as a refernce is another VB 2005
project, i see this DLL as a COM DLL and it is creating a interop DLL
for interoperability. Why is it still seen as a COM DLL. When compiled
through Visual Studio 2005, does it not change it to a .Net DLL.

Can some one figure out what is goin wrong in this conversion.

Thanks,
Sugan.

Jul 11 '06 #1
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A VC 6.0 project( output is a Activex DLL) is converted to VC 2005
project and the output here is again a DLL.

When i try to include this DLL as a refernce is another VB 2005
project, i see this DLL as a COM DLL and it is creating a interop DLL
for interoperability. Why is it still seen as a COM DLL. When compiled
through Visual Studio 2005, does it not change it to a .Net DLL.
The project type is invariant in the conversion. You simply updated it to
use the new compiler, linker, debug format etc.

Regards,
Will
Jul 11 '06 #2

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