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OWL to MFC conversion

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I'm hoping that someone can tell me wether there is a quick and easy way of converting code written for OWL to MFC supporting code. I'm wondering if a program has been written to do this as I have a lot of code to convert. Did Borland (or Inprise) ever advise costomers on how this was done.
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by:AlexVirochovsky
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Hi, in book by Paul Kimmel "USUNG BORLAND C++ 5"
there is a chapter: Library MFC( you can use directly MFC
classes from Borland C++ 5), but i think, than no programm to
convert OWL programm to MFC programm
Regards, Alex
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by:gre
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I tried to convert from an old version of OWL into a newer version and it could not be done. Borland wouldn't help.

I doubt you could do it across to MFC. OWL sucks. MFC is the way to go.

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by:gavinpat
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Q. for gre, which version of OWL were you trying to convert, I thought of the possibility of converting from the original BC5.02 to C++ builder. Does C++ builder use OWL for it's default components?
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Now, after month waiting(and talking with other guys), i know
exectly , that no utility for this, you must recode you's programm
line after line! And no other way!
Regards, Alex
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