RE: Upgrading from VS 6 to VS .NET 2003 with version control - 08-06-2003 , 04:34 AM
I am not sure about your projects' architecture.
In a general, I think that you want to convert VS6.0 Workspace/Projects to
VS.NET 2003 Solution/Projects. Although VSS can be intergrated smoothly
with VS IDE, they are different products. My suggestion is:
1. Get the VS6.0 Workspace/Projects from VSS.
2. Open VS6.0 Workspace/Projects in VS.NET 2003 to convert them to VS.NET
3. Add VS.NET 2003 Solution/Projects to VSS.
If I have misunderstood your concern, please let me know.
In addtion, I don¡¯t think there is documentation on the
SccProjectFilePathRelativizedFromConnectionX fields in the solution file
and the PROJECT_FILE_RELATIVE_PATH/SOURCE_CONTROL_SETTINGS_PROVIDER fields
in the project vssscc files. I strongly advise against modifying the hint
files manually. These files should be kept in sync with the
project/solution file (since scc settings are also persisted there), and
also with the mssccprj.scc file possible generated by the source control
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RE: Upgrading from VS 6 to VS .NET 2003 with version control - 08-25-2003 , 05:13 PM
Is it possible to write a program or macro or by using
automation interface to convert hundreds of VC 7 solution
files to visual studio 2003 solution files.
RE: Upgrading from VS 6 to VS .NET 2003 with version control - 08-26-2003 , 10:23 AM
Anything is possible.
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