correct, we understand in a few situations there is a valid reason to favor
DDraw 7 over D3D8 and above for 2D apps.
thats why Managed DirectX will provide DDraw bindings.
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> Each new DirectX release always provide earlier interfaces to support
> existing applications. You can use DirectDraw 7.0 as long as you want...
> > But in DX8, D3D is not my favorved choice for making 2D programs, so how
> > long is DD7 going to be around for?