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Can I migrate a VB.NET Add-In for VS.NET 2003 to VB6?

Posted on 2006-06-27
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Hi,

I've written an Add-In for VS.NET 2003 in VB.NET.
Now, I need exactly the same functionality in VB6 so I'll have to write a new Add-In in VB6 which basically will implement the same functionality.

Is there a quick way of downgrading my .NET Add-In to VB6?

Thanks!
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as far as i know, the best way is just copy the code,
and run with control+f5 to catch all errors one by one

(on large projects this can be much work)
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There is no quick way of downgrading. Heck, the upgrading does not even work very well and leaves developer much more work to finish upgrading.
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