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Re: Problems building 1.1.x on win

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-07-21 19:52:26 CEST

Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

[snip]
> Perhaps you should rebuild apache first?

I usually don't build mod_dav_svn, so building apache is not necessary.

> Is "-t vcproj" for VS.NET? I was using "-t dsp" for VC6. Maybe your
> problem is unique to VS.NET.

Yes. That's the problem. I tried the "-t dsp" switch and then converted
the project files with VS.NET - there the library is added and I can
compile.

So the "-t vcproj" build is definitely broken!
Can someone who knows perl please fix that? I really need to compile
Subversion or I can't work on TSVN anymore :(

And if we're on the subject (the gen-make.py script):
To compile Subversion with VS.NET2003 from the command line (or from
within a build script) the .sln file doesn't work. The reason for that
is that the generated .sln file contains the following line on top:
Microsoft Visual Studio Solution File, Format Version 7.00
but VS.NET2003 needs the line to be
Microsoft Visual Studio Solution File, Format Version 8.00

For the TSVN build script I "fixed" that by overwriting the file
vcnet_sln.ezt in the Subversion build folder with a version which has
the correct line in it. But it would be great if the gen-make.py script
had another option "-t vcproj2003" which did that automatically.

Stefan

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