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Some suggestions if you decide to build it all in VS2008.....

The VS2008 CString class has a few quirks that were not there in VC6. The new MFC CString class is a lot more strict about index parameters going into functions like Mid, Left, Right, etc. What I ended up doing is derive my own subclass from CString and implement my own Left, Right, Mid, etc. handlers where my handlers would validate the index parameter(s) before calling the base class CString functions. I also did a little compiler gymnastics in redefining CString to CMyCString so as to not need to change every reference to CString in my project.

As for the for scope problem, there is a compiler switch that overrides the for scope compliance rule. Use the /Zc:forScope- compiler switch to turn off the for scope checking.

Out of curiosity, why are you statically linking MFC in a debug build?
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