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Problems building neon.dsp with VC7..

From: Damon Rand <damon_at_cybermagic.co.nz>
Date: 2002-08-14 03:02:33 CEST


It seems the neon project in Subversion fails to build under Visual Studio
7. When you open the solution in VC7 it states that it is going to convert
all the projects to a new format. It appears that the working folder changes
when the build\win32\neon.dsp VC6 project is converted to VC7 (I don't have
VC6 so can't tell). The error I get is

  The system cannot find the path specified.
  Project : error PRJ0019: A tool returned an error code: "Performing
Makefile project actions"

When I change the neon project properties: nmake : build command line as

  - cmd /c ..\build\win32\build_neon.bat debug
  + cmd /c build_neon.bat debug

it calls into the bat OK but now can't find neon.mak so I changed
build_neon.bat as so.

  - nmake /nologo /f neon.mak %target% EXPAT_FLAGS=%EXPAT_FLAGS%
  + nmake /nologo /f ..\..\neon\neon.mak %target% EXPAT_FLAGS=%EXPAT_FLAGS%

Now it calls nmake but reports..

  NMAKE : fatal error U1073: don't know how to make 'config.hw'

So instead I tried changing the bat as so..

  - nmake /nologo /f ..\..\neon\neon.mak %target% EXPAT_FLAGS=%EXPAT_FLAGS%

  + cd ..\..\neon
  + nmake /nologo /f neon.mak %target% EXPAT_FLAGS=%EXPAT_FLAGS%
  + cd ..\build\win32

Now I get this error and I'm stuck.

  Performing Makefile project actions
  nmake /f neon.mak ALL EXPAT_FLAGS="/I ../apr-util/xml/expat/lib /D
  NMAKE : fatal error U1073: don't know how to make '""'

As you can tell I don't know much about what I'm doing (:-) but it would be
good to find a configuration that works in VC6 and 7. Any ideas?


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