06-28-2012 12:12 PM
I have a good sized project, 12 source files, 14 headers, 1 uir, that I want to be able to edit and compile in MS Visual Studio 2011, MSVC++.
I remember being told that LabWindows dropped support for C++ in 2008 and no longer had a wizard for converting projects. I know I can go the DLL route, but I have never created a DLL before and wouldn't know where to begin with it. What would be the best way to go about this conversion?
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06-28-2012 01:15 PM
Okay. I'll look into that. Is that going to take care of the DAQmx libraries that I use, or am I going to have to import those libraries?
06-28-2012 04:11 PM
CVI 2010 still supports the Visual Studio Conversion Wizard for Visual Studio 2005/2008. We do plan to add support for VS 2010 in a future release.
If you need a VS 2010 project now, you can use the Visual Studio 2008 conversion wizard, then upgrade the VS 2008 project to VS 2010.