Using NuMega BoundsChecker 4.2 with Visual C++ 5.0 
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 Using NuMega BoundsChecker 4.2 with Visual C++ 5.0

I was wondering if anyone knows a way to integrate NuMega BoundsChecker
4.2 with the Visual C++ 5.0 IDE.  BoundsChecker 4.2 supports IDE
integration with Visual C++ 4.x, but I don't know how to get it to work
with the VC 5.0 IDE.  Maybe Numega released a downloadable fix (not
likely, since they would want everyone to upgrade to version 5.0, and I'm
sick of shelling out money all the time for upgrades).  Any suggestions
would be greatly appreciated.



Tue, 24 Oct 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 Using NuMega BoundsChecker 4.2 with Visual C++ 5.0

I was wondering if anyone knows a way to integrate NuMega BoundsChecker
4.2 with the Visual C++ 5.0 IDE.  BoundsChecker 4.2 supports IDE
integration with Visual C++ 4.x, but I don't know how to get it to work
with the VC 5.0 IDE.  Maybe Numega released a downloadable fix (not
likely, since they would want everyone to upgrade to version 5.0, and I'm
sick of shelling out money all the time for upgrades).  Any suggestions
would be greatly appreciated.



Tue, 24 Oct 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 Using NuMega BoundsChecker 4.2 with Visual C++ 5.0

You can't.
You need BC 5. Sorry.
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Adam Benson
Omnibus Systems



Quote:
> I was wondering if anyone knows a way to integrate NuMega BoundsChecker
> 4.2 with the Visual C++ 5.0 IDE.  BoundsChecker 4.2 supports IDE
> integration with Visual C++ 4.x, but I don't know how to get it to work
> with the VC 5.0 IDE.  Maybe Numega released a downloadable fix (not
> likely, since they would want everyone to upgrade to version 5.0, and I'm
> sick of shelling out money all the time for upgrades).  Any suggestions
> would be greatly appreciated.



Fri, 27 Oct 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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