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jschell wrote:
I doubt that is realistic.


Why is it not realistic ?

It might be part of a bigger process to upgrade their code-base to a newer compiler/system; maybe a year long process (not uncommon for large systems).

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

I think thinking about a way to automatize converting their project files is good thinking; I would not want to have to double click on 1000s of dsw/dsp in VS2010 and manually upgrade the project files.
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