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Re: VS2010

From: Stefan Fuhrmann <stefanfuhrmann_at_alice-dsl.de>
Date: Sat, 24 Oct 2009 21:51:45 +0200

Stefan Küng wrote:

>On 24.10.2009 20:55, Stefan Fuhrmann wrote:
>> * sooner or later, MSBuild seems to break beyond repair.
>> (something about the FileTracker dereferencing NULLs)
>> This happened on XP32, XP64 and Win7x64.
>Happens almost with every build I try.
>did you also see the build hang?

Did you find a way to (temporarily) fix it?
My attempts all but failed.

>> * regex implementation changed such that the TSVNPath
>> unit tests break. I think our patters are correct, although
>> somewhat convoluted. (I've also seen your r17562.)
>Yup, that was really troubling. But I've tested the other places where
>we use the tr1:regex and those seem to work (it seems only the
>regex_match() function broke, not the others).

I spent several hours on convincing me that it is
really the MS' fault. We should keep the original,
pre-17562 code and just disabled it for VS2010
via #if _MSC_VER < 1600.

>> So, I'm back to Ye olde 2008.
>I'll keep the beta around for a while. After all, it has a nice profiler
>I like to use for some functions/features in TSVN.

Me too as I won't have a choice to update for
the next 4 months.

>I've also noticed that VS2010 creates a lot of files and directories in
>places where it really shouldn't. I've checked all paths in the project
>settings and all built/generated files should either go to /obj or /bin,
>but after a build (or even after just opening a project!) I get tons of
>files in src/obj, /src/TortoiseProc, ...
>Very annoying!

Might to be related to MSB8012:

>Another problem I have is with the focus. I'm used to have the focus in
>the editor window. But after stopping a debug run, the focus is on the
>'find' combobox for some strange reason, even if it was on the editor
>I could go on with issues and annoying behavior I found in just the one
>day I've been playing around with it, but this is not the place to do that.
>And I miss my tomato plugin :)

Hopefully the new intellisense in VS2010 finally renders
it usable for larger solutions. So far, this plugin has been
rather Visual Annoyance XXX than the supposedly Assist tool.

>One good thing though: the crt dlls don't have a manifest anymore! Sure,
>that gets us back to the good old "dll hell", but at least we won't have
>problems with manifests anymore.

Does that mean we could remove the linker #pragmas?

-- Stefan^2.


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