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Re: Building on Windows

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2003-05-13 21:24:35 CEST

> It works for VC6 because the source files are in the neon folder. I
> guess the .dsp conversion isn't perfect.

Exactly. I just spent the last hour to find a setting in the VS.NET
projects which specifies the base directory. There isn't any.
Even google couldn't help me here. So it seems VS.NET
doesn't support that anymore.
To overcome that I had to do the following changes:

in build_neon.bat add the line
@echo off
cd ..\..\neon
on top.

Then in the project file change the "build command line" from
cmd /c ..\build\win32\build_neon.bat debug|
cmd /c build_neon.bat debug

and the same for the "Rebuild All Command Line" and of
course for the release build settings too.

I think this is the best solution 'cause it will work for
VC6 too. That way one project file is enough 'cause
if no "base directory" is set in a VC6 project file
VS.NET can convert it correctly.

Do you mind changing the VC6 project file and the
bat file that way? Are there any reasons not to do that?


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