Eli Zaretskii wrote:
Exactly. It contains of several VS projects plus a bulk of other staff.
It shouldn't be hard to imagine that,
Okay, but then why invoke devenv from Make?
Hmm, I don't quite follow. Suppose I have large heterogenous project (I do
have), which I want to build with make, due to its numerous features and
abilities. However, the project includes several solutions being developped
and built under VS.
So your project includes some parts that are built using Make
techniques, and other parts that are built using Studio project files,
is that right?
I think. For production projects, there're usually some setup to be
built, some help to be compiled, some
docs to be generated, there's often some data to do something with etc.
I _do_ use Make for building everything. Just I invoke devenv for VS
projects compilation and build. Is it
If so, I guess it makes sense to invoke devenv from Make, but it's
quite an unusual setup, I'd say. Normally, if you use Make, you use
it for building everything.
really so unusual?
I didn't manage to think up anything better than that :-)