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Re: How can I build svn with Visual C++ Toolkit 2003?

From: Barry Scott <barry_at_barrys-emacs.org>
Date: 2005-01-06 13:32:51 CET

Since posting this I've experimented a little.

Using get-make.py vcproj I get files that need converting to work with
.net 2003.
It would be better to gen compatible files. (.net 2002 was a screwed up
release,
atleast from the C++ point of view, I doubt you need to support it)

After conversion I could build SVN, but without optimization.

There is a way to get the standard edition to run the optimizing
compiler,
but you have to generate the optimization options as additional command
line switches. Would you support such a change in the vcproj generated
files?
They work with the devstudio profession version.

Barry

On Dec 31, 2004, at 15:17, Barry Scott wrote:

> I have the free Visual C++ Toolkit 2003 optimizing compiler from
> Microsoft
> and I'm looking at getting svn built with it so that I can build my
> pysvn extension
> for Python 2.4 (Python dev says that you cannot use MSVC 6.0 for
> Python 2.4).
>
> gen-make.py does not implement the nmake-vcnet generator that I'm
> guessing
> is the only way to use the free tools to build an optimised svn.
>
> Do you have plans to add the nmake-vcnet generator?
>
> Does any one know how hard it is to turn the gen_make generator into
> the
> nmake vcnet generator?
>
> Personally I'm not going to pay ú600 for the tools svn requires to
> build it.
>
> Barry
>
>
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