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Questionunhandled exception of type 'System.Runtime.InteropServices.SEHException' when trying to call C# dll from MFC Pin
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Questiongot error while writing into excel file Pin
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QuestionHow to add existing project in VS6.0 Pin
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Richard MacCutchan30-Jul-13 23:47
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Shyam Kodase wrote:
Code is in plain C and C++
So why have you posted this in the Managed C++/CLI forum?

However, as to your question: The best way to do this would be to leave the existing folders intact until the new projects are all building successfully.

  1. Using Visual Studio, create a new empty project for the first existing project in your set. This will create a solution folder and a project folder underneath it.
  2. Copy the source files (via Windows Explorer) from the existing project into the new project folder.
  3. Using Visual Studio, add the files into the project (header, resource, source etc).
  4. Build the project and correct any errors.
  5. Add a new blank project to the solution and repeat the above process.
  6. Repeat for all remaining projects.

Use the best guess

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QuestionGetScanline is not a member of TBitmapData??? Pin
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