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ATL Server is now available as a shared source project from CodePlex.com. This is the first release of ATL Server that contains all headers and sources for tools. You may download sources from the project in a zip file and use it with recently released March CTP of Visual Studio codename Orcas. For details on license and content of the release, please see an announcement on the home page of the project. This release not only provides a migration path from VS2005 to Orcas, but it also enables VC++ developers to innovate and evolve this library and associated tools to meet requirements of their applications. So if there is a change you would love to make in ATL Server headers or Web service client code generator, not it is the time!
ATL Server is now available as a shared source project from CodePlex.com. This is the first release of