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Hi

I am trying to convert an old project developed in VC++ and VS2005.
But I am getting over 100 errors, mostly :

Error 5 error C4430: missing type specifier - int assumed. Note: C++ does not support default-int c:\program files\microsoft visual studio 10.0\vc\atlmfc\include\atltransactionmanager.h 202

Please help.

I have both VS2005 and VS 2010 installed on my XP machine.

Thanks!
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You have something defined that *should* have a type specified, but does not. This is probably a macro, or something having to do with a message map entry.
 
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Check the CPP file that is causing the error, and try to locate the problem. You may need to re-order the ATL' file #inclusion.
 
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Thanks for the responses.
However I am still having this problem.

I think it has to do with an outdated SDK.

I have two computer.
One installed with VS2008 & VS2010, lets call this computer A
The other installed VS2005 & VS2010, lets call this computer B.

One computer A the conversion is successfully, however computer B is where I am having this problem.

I tired converting the application on computer A and opening the project on computer B, this still does not work.

Is there a way I can update the SDK or point the application to the new SDK that comes with VS2010?

Thanks!
 
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I found the solution.

Solution @:
http://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/feedback/details/551903/unable-to-compile-a-new-mfc-c-project

Basically you need to delete the files that is located :

C:\Documents and Settings\hemantv\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\MSBuild\v4.0

These files contain the VS2005 settings.
 
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