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Problem generating working project files for VS.NET

From: Tor Hovland <tor_at_nidaros.homedns.org>
Date: 2003-05-01 15:53:55 CEST

I have generated VS.NET project files with "gen-make.py -t vcproj", but the
resulting project files refer to source files with relative paths that are
not correct. For example, the project file
build\win32\vcnet-vcproj\libsvn_delta_vcnet.vcproj refers to the source file
subversion\libsvn_delta\vdelta.c simply as "vdelta.c".

Before I elaborate on this unnecessarily, I'd like to ask whether this
simply means that the vcproj option to gen-make is unfinished, or whether I
must be doing something wrong. Does everybody else using VS.NET generate VC6
project files, and let VS.NET convert them? I've tried that too, and found
that method to be sub-optimal as well, as the reference to neon also suffers
from some relative path inconsistencies (as reported by Damon Rand here:

I am using revision 5775.

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