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RE: [TSVN] Building, part 2

From: <Bill.Hughes_at_cgi-europe.com>
Date: 2005-07-29 11:53:24 CEST

Simon Large wrote:
> Bill Hughes wrote:
>> smorf @ ihug wrote:
>>>> Well, using MSBuild isn't a real option right now, because that
>>>> requires VS.NET2005 (or is it available for download??).
>>> Here is a link to where you can download .net 2.0 SDK
>>> http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/vs2005/downloads/netframework/de
>>> fault.aspx
>>> It has everything you need to do development (compilers,
>>> documentation...). there are 'express' editions (free IDE, targeted
>>> at hobbyists) but I am unsure if you can get a C/++ express edition
>> That would be
>> http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/express/visualc/
> Does that contain enough to build TSVN?
No, it doesn't include the MFC which is required.

> The build.txt file says that you need VS.NET, but the full VS.NET is
> quite expensive to buy. It would be very useful if we could
> pin down a
> minimal set of compiler/SDK tools, (preferably free :-) )
> which can be
> used to build TSVN.
I agree but it doesn't seem likely.
I have the Visual C++ 2003 Toolkit which is/was free and the Platform SDK
which is/was also free - I can't find the downloads any more. The vs2005
express components are apparently going to be $49 (which I still won't be
able to buy at work).
I also have gcc/cygwin (not sure why Stefan doesn't like cygwin but never
I can't build TSVN :-(

If you want to re-write TSVN to work without MFC you can have lots of fun
I'd prefer not to need visual studio but that is in no way a criticism or
objection to Stefan's technical decisions, just disappointment that I can't
join in (if my c++ ever got good enough).

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