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*John Smith
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what's this means?why not VC7.1 ?

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07-16-2005 04:29 AM
ObjectARX applications need to be built with Microsoft? Visual C++? version
7.0 (VC7).

Note: Visual C++ .NET 2003, a component of Visual Studio? .NET 2003, is not
supported.
*Albert Szilvasy
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Re: what's this means?why not VC7.1 ?

07-16-2005 09:12 AM in reply to: *John Smith
That's the requirement for unmanaged, c++ applications. If you are using C#,
VB.NET or other languages targeting the .net framework then you can use
whatever compiler you would like. Many people in this newsgroup use VS2005
betas.

albert

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ObjectARX applications need to be built with Microsoft? Visual C++? version
7.0 (VC7).

Note: Visual C++ .NET 2003, a component of Visual Studio? .NET 2003, is not
supported.

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