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Any of you using MFC on a PC platform to make Mac applications?

What are the tools you use?
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VC 4.1 (I think) had a cross compiler option for Mac

AFAIK this has not been kept upto date with current VC versions
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You can buy Microsoft Visual C++ cross platform edition for Macitosh. Install it in PC, write MFC program and do remote debugging with Macitosh machine through LAN.
   That was the way I had done a couple of years ago. Be careful that you have to get Macitosh version of third party libraries if you use any. And then, GOOD LUCK.

Jinda




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How's the quality (size, speed, compatibility) of the code I get with VC?
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