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  1. Re: Benefits of VS2005 for native development

    Is a list of the changes from 7.1 to 8.0 available?
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    Re: Abstract

    If someone tries to instantiate my class or derives a class from it without implementing the pure virtual function the compiler gives him an error. And the compiler should only give him the error but...
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    [RESOLVED] Abstract

    Why does the compiler give me a warning that my class is not abstract if I have a pure virtual function?

    But if I declare my class to be abstract without any pure virtual functions I don't get a...
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    [RESOLVED] Why ref / value?

    Why were the ref / value keywords introduced? I don't see any value they add to the language, they only seem to unnecessary complicate things.

    Why can't I inherit a value struct from an other...
  5. [RESOLVED] Benefits of VS2005 for native development

    I've already raised the question here http://www.codeguru.com/forum/showthread.php?t=391655, but since it's an own topic I make a separate post.

    What are the benefits if I compile my MFC/Win32...
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    Re: Building dsw/dsp with devenv

    Thanks, but that doesn't address the issues someone has who develops a library with VS2005 which is also beeing used with VS6/2002/2003. Even if you only ship the headers and a libray and no sources...
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    [RESOLVED] .NET linker

    From a 3rd party vendor a .NET linker is available, which links the required assemblies together and allows the deployment of the application without the whole framework.

    That also allows better...
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    Re: Gallery

    That sounds like code duplication instead of reusing a single source?
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    Re: Building dsw/dsp with devenv

    No, opening and converting the project files works fine, but I continue to work with VS6 - atleast until SP1 is available - and only use VS2005 to check if my code compiles without warning and...
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    Re: Mfc.net

    Thanks for your reply Nikola.

    Steve Teixeira wrote in his blog that we are in a in-between area of MFC and the next generation application framework.

    What are the plans and timeframe for this...
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    [RESOLVED] Building dsw/dsp with devenv

    It would be great if dsw/dsp files could be build with devenv without having to convert the files.
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    [RESOLVED] WinForms code generation

    There are a few things that I don't like about the code that is generated for WinForms:

    a) Each member is preceded by the access specifier, instead I would like to have blocks.

    b) In...
  13. Re: Event-driven programming in MFC and VC++.NET

    I don't agree with you. The MessageMapFunctions union might not be 'nice', but as already said in my other post (Mfc.net) it's more powerful.




    Delegates would be easily possible in native...
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    [RESOLVED] Managed unions?

    value struct myStruct
    {
    int myInt;
    };

    union myUnion
    {
    myStruct iShareMyMemory;
    myStruct meToo;
    };
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    WinForms code generation

    The designer always puts a this-> in front of all calls, if I remove the this-> the code still compiles but the designer doesn't work any longer.

    Also I am used to have a public, then a protected...
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    [RESOLVED] Mfc.net

    I would like to see the MFC programming model beeing brought to .NET for C++ developers.

    Currently .NET - or at least WinForms - is VB'ish with event handlers like menuItemToolStripMenuItem_Click....
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