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Questionhow to batch build VC++ 6 project to VC++ 2010? Pin
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jschell3-Jan-13 8:04
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Maximilien wrote:
Why is it not realistic ?


Restating what I already said...the mas rollout cannot be done all at once.

Maximilien wrote:
Maybe they have a unit test system in place to validate all their code and
system tests to validate the outputs.


Anyone that relies on that as their sole production test deserves the problems that can occur.

Maximilien wrote:
I would not want to have to double click on 1000s of dsw/dsp in VS2010 and
manually upgrade the project files.


A phased rollout means that you must support the current production set, not what might be in a year from now. And using a branch (with the older versions) to support most of production for a year just so you don't have to click a few buttons once a week doesn't seem cost effective to me.
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