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WTL 7.1 Wizard (VS.NET 2003)

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A WTL wizard for Visual Studio .NET 2003


This is a very simple article, so I won't bore you with superfluous verbiage. The attached zip file contains the files necessary to create a WTL Application Wizard for Visual Studio .NET 2003 (v7.1). Simply unzip the file into your existing WTL directory. It will create a subdirectory of your WTL directory named AppWiz71. Run the setup.js file in the AppWiz71 directory to install the Wizard. Then launch Visual Studio 2003, and you should see an ATL/WTL Application Wizard option under your C++ projects selection.


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GeneralWTL version 7.1 released Pin
Armen Hakobyan18-Mar-04 10:51
memberArmen Hakobyan18-Mar-04 10:51 
GeneralWTL Group on Yahoo Pin
Robert Edward Caldecott14-Jul-03 22:42
memberRobert Edward Caldecott14-Jul-03 22:42 
Details on how to do this have been available on the Yahoo WTL list for a while...

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GeneralRe: WTL Group on Yahoo Pin
Steve S15-Jul-03 4:39
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GeneralGreat Work Pin
Dave Loeser14-Jul-03 17:29
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