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RE: win32 svn 1.1.0-rc1 binaries posted

From: Arild Fines <arild.fines_at_broadpark.no>
Date: 2004-07-20 00:12:53 CEST

Martin Tomes wrote:
> This discussion has been had before, to break free of Visual
> Studio
> another build system would have to be used on Win32 and that would be
> a
> lot of work.

There is a command line tool here that claims to be able to build VC++7.1
solutions from the command line: http://www.gotdotnet.com/team/cplusplus/

From the page:

"VCBuild is a command line utility that enables you to build Visual StudioR
.NET 2003 solutions that contain Visual C++ projects, as well as stand-alone
Visual C++ projects. This is a light weight alternative to the /build switch
of DEVENV.EXE. This is ideal for build lab machines and developers who want
to build Visual C++ projects from the command line as well as from within
the Visual StudioR .NET 2003 IDE. VCBuild does not require any registration
of its libraries to work."

One problem is that the current build system outputs VC2002 solutions
instead of 2003 ones - this utility requires the 2003 format. The IDE will
convert automatically.

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