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RE: Help Compiling Subversion Under Win32

From: Porter Schermerhorn <pschermerhorn_at_oneil.com>
Date: 2003-11-05 14:32:29 CET

Barry, thank you for the information. A few questions though. How do I
installed the MS Platform SDK core for MSVC6? I installed the MSVC6
stuff off the CD and then patched up to SP5, this gives me
VC98/Include/SHLOBJ.H. I noticed with MSVC7.1 I have a
PlatformSDK/Include/ShlObj.h though, but this is not for MSVC6. I am
using an Apache2/mod_perl/Perl bundle produced by theoryx5 so I will
have to inquire what version of MSVC it is built with. Thanks again for
all your help.

Porter Schermerhorn
Lead Web Application Engineer

495 Byers Rd.
Miamisburg, Ohio 45342-3662
Phone: (937) 865-0846 ext. 3813
Fax: (937) 865-5858
E-mail: pschermerhorn@oneil.com

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Barry Scott [mailto:barry@barrys-emacs.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2003 6:34 AM
> To: pschermerhorn@oneil.com; users@subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: Re: Help Compiling Subversion Under Win32
> You need to install the MS Platform SDK core to get the right
> header files. Then you can build for MSVC6. Note you may not
> be able to use the extension with MSVC7.1 (aka new 2003) if
> the perl.exe was built with MSVC6 because you get two copies
> of the C runtime in memory. Python extensions potentially
> have this problem as well. I'm using MSVC6 as it matches how
> Python is built.
> Look up #define in MSDN for VS .NET 2003 to answer your "is
> it supported
> question?".
> Barry

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