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RE: Proposed Patch: Windows VC *.dsp Simplification


From: Conrad T. Pino
Subject: RE: Proposed Patch: Windows VC *.dsp Simplification
Date: Thu, 8 Apr 2004 11:28:20 -0700

Hi Derek,

> From: Derek Robert Price [mailto:address@hidden
> Subject: Re: Attn Dennis Jones: CVS Windows Build, Visual C++ Project Files
> 
> >I've proposed a patch to the *.dsp files which removes all the property
> >overrides assuring correct builds and is easy to audit.  The patch thread
> >begins at http://mail.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-cvs/2004-04/msg00037.html
> >and I would appreciate you checking it out.
> >
> >I would appreciate your regenerated *.dep & *.mak files from this patch
> >so I can see the absolute paths that are different than mine.
> 
> I think I understand what this patch does and it sounds like it will be
> a good idea.  I'm looking forward to you hashing out the rest of the
> details.

I'm not sure what you mean by "the rest of the details".  The patch is
complete within it's intended scope.  It compiles in these 4 cases:

        1. VC6 IDE Debug build
        2. VC6 IDE Release build
        3. VC6 Batch Debug build
        4. VC6 Batch Release build

which is pretty much all I'm able to do.  I can't easily:

        A. Test VC5 builds, no VC5 compiler.
        B. Run test scripts, don't know how.
        C. Debug test failures, don't know code.

The changes *should* be zero impact but you never know for sure until
it's tried in all use cases.

I pushed forward as far as I can readily reach and published hoping
interested parties would do a quick test drive and use it in their
building and testing to fill out the number of use cases.

So far the only other known Windows players are Dennis, Wolfgang,
*you* and guess who!!

Perhaps I've overlooked something.  Do you have a proposal?

> Derek

Conrad





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