February 10, 2006

Upgrading from managed C++ to C++/CLI

If you are switching from VS2002/3 to VS2005 and you have already some managed C++ code, you can either use the /clr:oldsyntax switch or you can migrate your code to C++/CLI. I would recommend the second solution; the code looks really better and it makes it easier to read and maintain your code.
Currently there is no automatic conversion tool available. The company which offers other converters are not offering MC++ => C++/CLI…

Here are some links which might help you to migrate your code from managed C++ to C++/CLI

Posted 1 year, 10 months ago on February 10, 2006
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Re: Upgrading from managed C++ to C++/CLI
hi really enjoy your blog. one of the most informative win32 info sources out there. loved the one about the win32 mis-info regarding threads. i noticed this too. i have a question if you don't mind. i maintain several large production MFC apps using vs2003. i'd like to move our programmers to vs2005. is it ready? MS seems to be saying middle of 06 before any service pack. looking in the newsgroups i can't get a good read on just how many people are successfully using it in production environments. thanks al
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