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RE: zlib did not import into Visual Studio 2005

From: Kevin Aubuchon <Kevin.Aubuchon_at_reuters.com>
Date: 2006-03-01 17:30:38 CET

This question should be asked on the developer list


I got the source from the tar.gz file. I don't think zlib source was
included. I downloaded the zlib binaries to use. When I created the
solution file (via gen-make.py) there is a switch to include or exclude


Kevin Aubuchon



From: Theodore Hahn [mailto:theodore.hahn@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 28, 2006 1:17 AM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: zlib did not import into Visual Studio 2005


I am trying to build version 1.3.0 from source code in my Windows x64
environment. The import wizard for Visual Studio 2005 stumbled over
zlib.dsp. Said the file "has been corrupted and cannot be opened." The
zlib project file cannot be loaded!


Now, just because the wizard does not report any conversion errors, does
not mean the solution is conversion error free, but I like that "warm
fuzzy feeling" I am heading in the right direction.


Anybody have any guidance or suggestions?



-- Theodore




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