> -----Original Message-----
> From: Edmund Wong [mailto:ed_at_kdtc.net]
> Sent: donderdag 6 augustus 2009 10:13
> To: dev_at_subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: db-test.c error
> With the help of Danielsh on IRC last night, I managed to get
> the build process for SVN on Windows via VSE2008 working.
> There are still a few hiccups that I'm not really sure
> how to fix, but since I can run the tests manually, I'm
> in no hurries to get it fixed.
> Incidentally, I managed to get the build process going through
> the following (btw, I removed VSE2008 and installed VS2008,
> but the process shouldn't be different):
> a) I go Danielsh' makefile.pub script.
> b) I downloaded GnuWin32 exe package
> c) I downloaded coreutils package (from the same site)
> d) Installed both programs to install the packages.
> e) Changed the parameters in the Makefile.Pub to reflect
> my setup. (To Danielsh: one tee command had a full path
> to the tee.exe mentioned, the other tee command didn't.
> I changed the c:\misc\bin\tee.exe to tee.exe.)
> f) Ran nmake /F makefile.pub all1
> g) Ran nmake /F makefile.pub package (manually)
> h) Ran nmake /F makefile.pub all2 (for the tests)
> i) Ran "python win-tests.py --cleanup --bin=<targetdir> --debug
> -f fsfs -c 2>&1 | tee log.win-tests" manually.
If you use VS, why do you use the make files?
gen-make.py -t vcproj --vsnet-version=2008 ....
Will generate a Visual Studio 2008 solution and projects for you that you
can build with msbuild.exe
msbuild.exe subversion_vcnet.sln /t:__ALL_TESTS__ /p:Configuration=Release
should do the same as those nmake commands without the gnu tools
You can open the solution with Visual Studio to build+debug from there.
(This is documented in ^/trunk/INSTALL)
Received on 2009-08-06 10:37:01 CEST