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Questionhow to batch build VC++ 6 project to VC++ 2010? Pin
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Unit testing is only one of many validation tools when updating code to newer compilers.

Maybe they have tons of small and simple libraries (.lib) projects that need to be upgraded and when all tests are passed and validated they will be released. (AFAIK) The library are not compatible between VC6 and VS2010; so they might have to do it "all at once" (an exe build with VC cannot use a VS2010 library and vice-versa).

In the OP's particular case, coming from VC6, it might be the least of their problems if they have been doing C++ and MFC; just fixing all of the compilation errors and warning will probably take forever.

Just updating the project files will be at best hard, even if they can automatize them.
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