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Questionhow to batch build VC++ 6 project to VC++ 2010? Pin
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Falconapollo wrote:
i want to batch upgrade and build them to


I doubt that is realistic.

There is no reasonable scenario in which a QA department could be expected to verify those and no way that Operations/Support could be expected to put thousands into production at the same time.

Thus a planned rollout involving small sets is required. And small sets can be upgraded manually.

Even if everything went smoothly with say the first 100 one would still want to have a grace period between production and the next batch to insure that some serious problem didn't develop. Attempting to rollback tens versus thousands of apps is obviously very different.
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