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Re: [PATCH] Generating VC6 project files for swig bindings

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2003-06-19 23:38:42 CEST

Russell Yanofsky wrote:

>>Now I'd like to see a few things changed, if you don't mind. :-)
>Ok. I was able to handle these things:
>> * Move the unique() function to gen_base.py. There are quite a few
>> places where we can use it.
>> * Prefix the project names with "swig_"; e.g., "swig_python_core"
>> instead of just "python_core". This will make the project lists
>> more readable.
>> * Add new pseudo projects (in build.conf): __SWIG_PYTHON__ and
>> __SWIG_JAVA__, to build all the relevant bindings in one fell
>> swoop. * Put the target description back in, so that we get
>> version info in the generated DLLs.

>But not these:
>> * Change the SWIG custom build commands to generate the C files in
>> the build tree (Release or Debug), _not_ the source tree. This
>> means tweaking the source file definitions for the C files, too.
Oh well, I guess we can live with that.

>> * Fix the link warnings about not finding aprutil_src.pdb or
>> xml_src.pdb -- I guess that means adding library dependencies to
>> the link lines for the DLLs.
>I couldn't figure out a way to tell Visual C++ to compile different C source
>files depending on the configuration (release or debug). I tried putting
>conditionals ('!IF "$(CFG)" == "whatever" / !ENDIF) around the SOURCE=...
>statements in the project files, but that made only them unloadable. So swig
>still outputs the C files in the source tree since it's a neutral location.
>I couldn't do anything about the link warnings since I don't get them and I
>don't know what causes them.
Hm, maybe I did something stupid the last time I built apr-util.

Thanks for the patch. I'll review and/or install, as appropriate.

Brane Čibej   <brane_at_xbc.nu>   http://www.xbc.nu/brane/
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