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Building C++ Projects in Visual Studio
Visual Studio .NET 2003
When building a Visual C++ application in Visual Studio, you can modify many of the build's settings in the project's Property Pages dialog box. For details, see Setting Visual C++ Project Properties.
In This Section
- Understanding Custom Build Steps and Build Events
- Describes how to customize the build process in the integrated development environment.
- Macros for Build Commands and Properties
- Lists macros that you can use where strings are accepted.
- Building External Projects
- Discusses building projects that use facilities outside the integrated development environment.
- Invalid Web Reference
- Lists the files that can be use as Web references in a Visual C++ project.
- Format of a .vcproj File
- Presents the XML structure of a .vcproj file.
- VC++ Directories, Projects, Options Dialog Box
- Discusses how to modify the search path for executable files, include files, library files, and source code files during a build
- Default and Custom Builds
- Provides information on building within Visual Studio.
- Building a C/C++ Program
- Provides links to topics describing building your program from the command line or from the integrated development environment of Visual Studio.
- C/C++ Building Reference
- Provides links to an overview of building programs in C++, compiler and linker options, and additional build tools.
- Upgrade Previous 32-Bit Versions of Visual C++
- Provides links to topics covering issues on upgrading Visual C++ 4.x, 5.0, and 6.0 projects to Visual C++ .NET.
- Port Applications to and from the Development Environment
- Provides details about porting applications and discusses makefiles.