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Re: Win32 Project Generator

From: Brandon Ehle <azverkan_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-12-03 15:37:59 CET

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>I think that's fine... Oh, one possible nit: APR uses LibR and LibD as
>the output directories for the static libraries; it uses Release and
>Debug for the dynamic ones. I suggest we follow the same scheme, if only
>because it makes a certain amount of sense.
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The reason for the top level directory at all is because when your
generating shared libraries, the shared libraries and exes must be in
the same path to run. Putting libs in LibR and apps in AppR or ExeR
will not achieve this object. We could slap everything in the LibR and
LibD dirs (exes, libs, & dlls), but that isn't as clear to long time
MSVC users.

>I have one interesting question, though: How do you generate the project
>file for mod_dav_svn.so? If you're building static libraries, then that
>dsp will have to rebuild mod_dav_svn's dependencies so that they link
>with the APR DLLs, not static APR, because that's what Apache uses.
>Notice what I did in the current handmade mod_dav_svn.dsp.
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Haven't touched mod_dav_svn yet. This should be easy though, as I
believe apr has static and non-static projects to link against.

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