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

From: Barry Scott <barry_at_barrys-emacs.org>
Date: 2005-01-14 20:35:14 CET

On Jan 9, 2005, at 20:27, Branko Čibej wrote:

> Barry Scott wrote:
>> 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)
> Converting how? And why? gen_make.py certainly can generate vcproj's
> for VC.NET 2003.
> (And note that SVN is written in C, so I don't care about any C++
> issues in VS.NET 2002.)

When I open the .SLN in .net 2003 standard edition it says that the
solution needs converting,
I tell it yes convert all projects and it goes to work. I have not
figured out what it changes yet.

>> 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.
> Show me the patch. If it's reasonable, then ot course I'd support the
> change.

Thanks for the support. I'll work on a patch.


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