news <email@example.com> wrote on 11/02/2006 03:59:27 PM:
> Paul Burba wrote:
> > Paul Burba <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 11/01/2006 12:22:29 PM:
> >> DJ,
> >> Case Closed:
> >> While testing the 1.4.1 zips the other day I was reminded of this
> > problem:
> >> "C:\SVN\src-trunk\build\win32\msvc-dsp\swig_*_msvc.dsp has been
> >> and cannot be loaded as a Developer Studio project."
> >> I glanced back at this thread, and there it was, staring me in the
> >> you said: "I'm using VS6 with Service Pack 6"...
> >> My regular machine had SP6 installed, but sure enough my virtual
> >> didn't -- I wish MS made it simpler to know what MSVC SP is
> > but
> >> that's another story...
> >> Anyway, I installed SP6 and the above problem disappeared.
> >> May someone someday have the same problem, find this thread, and
> >> :-)
> >> Paul B.
> > Oh @#$@!, shoot me please. Ignore my fevered ramblings. I was
> > the build screen and saw that the project files were *written*
> > successfully, they still bomb out when loaded. I'm going to go crawl
> > under a rock now.
> Make sure that they don't have LF line-endings. That is the only thing
> that I know of that will trigger that error. (Stupid by the Studio as
> well, since it *can* handle source code with LF line-endings.)
I did read your original post suggesting line endings as the source of my
problems back on 7/27/06 and checked the line endings in the swig_*.dsp
files at that point. All were CRLF, so that's not the problem. Sorry, I
should have indicated that I ruled that out earlier.
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