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mickelliot19-Sep-04 16:05
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Hi guys,

Can anybody give me any pointers on how to make an mfc/C++ application upgradable? I've written the app, created a setup project, and am about to distribute it. But if in two months time i want to release an upgrade to my program, what should I do?

I have absolutely no idea how upgrades work, or what I have to do to make my application upgradable.

I'd be grateful for any general guidelines or principles about what I should do. I don't need any sample code or anything, just general suggestions about the approaches I might take.

Thanks for your help. i realise this thread is a bit vague, I can provide more information about my app if anybody requests it.

Mick
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