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A Visual Studio Wizard to add more project configurations

, 22 May 2011 CPOL
This article explains how to automate Visual C++ project configurations using the Visual Studio wizard engine.
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As a professional software developer with more than 6 years experience, I've involved in a variety of projects in many areas. I started with developing desktop applications for Windows 95 (both 16-bit and 32-bit programs), moved to developing client/server applications using Windows NT technologies, and now I'm up to my ears working with .NET development.

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