I am currently migrating a project from VS6/CVF6.6 into VS2012/IVF2013. The way the FORTRAN libraries were set up in my project, I had a folder consisting of .f files and a folder of .for files generated from the .f files using a custom build tool.
Under VS6/CVF6.6, I was able to run the custom build tool for each .f file without compiling them. I have not found a way to accomplish excluding the .f files from the build while still running the custom build tool on them under the new VS2012/IVF2013. Am I correct in assuming that this is no longer supported by VS2012/IVF2013?
If the above will not work, I know that I could change the .f extensions to something else (.src or similar) and exclude those files from the build while still running the custom build tool on them. Is there a way, then, for me to use the FORTRAN editor for these .src files without adding them as FORTRAN files in the IVF options (because that would cause me to have the same issue I had when they were .f files)?