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  1. #1

    VI in Visual C++ 6.0

    Is there a VI hack anywhere for Visual C++ 6.0? Or is it a built in feature somewhere?

    Thanks.

  2. #2

    Re:VI in Visual C++ 6.0

    You mean like to use vi to edit the cpp files? Just use gvim or something and modify the files, VC++ doesn't care how they get edited. And I /think/ that if you edit them with something else then try to compile in VC++ it will prompt you saying they've changed on disk, should I reload?

  3. #3

    Re:VI in Visual C++ 6.0

    Well I like to use VC++ in my current project because the person I inherited the code from did it in a VC++ workspace.

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    Re:VI in Visual C++ 6.0

    [quote author=countach44 link=board=25;threadid=9117;start=0#msg82607 date=1083467872]
    Well I like to use VC++ in my current project because the person I inherited the code from did it in a VC++ workspace.
    [/quote]

    I think Dev-C++ can import VC++ projects?!

  5. #5

    Re:VI in Visual C++ 6.0

    Does it have a VI mode?

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    Re:VI in Visual C++ 6.0

    I am not really sure about that but I do know that C++ Builder by Borland can work with VC++ and it has a vi mode.

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