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.Net: is there any way to run 2013 visual studio project (c#) on 2008 visual studio ?

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.Net: is there any way to run 2013 visual studio project (c#) on 2008 visual studio ?
posted Aug 5, 2014 by Mohammad Alsharif

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Probably you need converter, try the following link -
http://vsprojectconverter.codeplex.com/

answer Aug 6, 2014 by anonymous
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