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BCB<->MSVC lib files converter wanted

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Hi, I'm looking for info about where can I find a tool allowing to convert BCB lib files to MSVC format and vice versa. Or if it possible how to force BCB and MSVC to understand lib files of each other without recompilation of sources? Is it possible at all?!!!
Any info is very appreciated!
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If BCB means BC Bilder, answer is no!
But in BC++ 5.01/5.02 there is possibility
use MFC classes(but for this must make "patch":
see P.Kimmel "Using BORLAND C++ 5", chapter "Library MFC").
Regards,Alex
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Now i am shure , that answer is no!
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Thank you Alex, I already see it myself.
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