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hanelyp

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import configs
« on: September 22, 2005, 10:04:44 pm »
there's more than one program where I'd like to import .dsw configs from Microsoft Developer Studio Workspace.  current top of the list is http://www.disoriented.com/FreeExtractor/ , which has some complicated config details.

Offline Pelle

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import configs
« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2005, 06:40:24 pm »
Yes, this would be useful.

My problem is that the New Project dialog, including the Project Wizard API (used by all wizards, including the importers), is designed for a single project. Importing a group of projects (like .DSW) require a different approach. So far I havn't come up with a clean solution to this.

(A bit of a pain, but since it's possible to import project-by-project, I prefer to find a clean solution, rather than adding some form of "hack").

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JohnF

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Re: import configs
« Reply #2 on: September 26, 2005, 12:14:09 pm »
Quote from: "hanelyp"
there's more than one program where I'd like to import .dsw configs from Microsoft Developer Studio Workspace.  current top of the list is http://www.disoriented.com/FreeExtractor/ , which has some complicated config details.


That's a nice application.

You could use a .BAT file to do the automatic stuff.

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  upx.exe --best -q -f ..\header\header.exe
  bin2h.exe ..\header\header.exe ..\common\stub.h STUB
  bin2h.exe ..\header\res\setup.ico ..\common\icon.h ICON


John