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Development Tools : MSVC - Codewarrior .

 

 

http://www.metrowerks.com/cgi-bin/MsmGo.exe?grab_id=81731812&EXTRA_ARG=&host_id=1&page_id=625&query=migrating+to+Visual+C  

This paper describes some of the major issues a programmer might encounter when porting source code written for Microsoft OS Visual C++ (VC++) to the CodeWarrior C/C++ compilers.

 

www.metrowerks.com/pdf/VC++toCodeWarrior.pdf  

Porting From Microsoft® Visual C++® to CodeWarrior This is a gathering of porting problems and solutions compiled by CodeWarrior users and engineers

 

www.metrowerks.com/pdf/MSVC_Porting.pdf  

This paper describes some of the major issues a programmer might encounter when porting source code written for Microsoft®’s Visual C++ (VC++) to the CodeWarrior® C/C++ compilers. Specific code generation issues apply to x86 compatible processors.

 

 

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