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Visual Studio 2010: macro to change Target Framework Version for solution (by Scott Dorman)

Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2010/05/21

Scott Dorman udpated his macro to change the target framework version for all projects in a solution to Visual Studio 2010 and published the new macro on CodeProject.

His new macro now supports these target frameworks:

Notes:

  • The links are to the download pages of the frameworks; look for “Standalone version” or “Full installer” for non-bootstrap download.
    (version 1.1 can be downloaded here, but is not supported in VS2010)
  • The “Client Profile” versions are stripped down versions of their “Full” counterpart.

–jeroen

2 Responses to “Visual Studio 2010: macro to change Target Framework Version for solution (by Scott Dorman)”

  1. nobody said

    macro is a dead-end URI

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