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Re: Attn Dennis Jones: CVS Windows Build, Visual C++ Project Files

From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: Attn Dennis Jones: CVS Windows Build, Visual C++ Project Files
Date: Thu, 08 Apr 2004 13:57:34 -0400
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Conrad T. Pino wrote:

>>Another problem seems to be that some of the files seem to get built in
>>debug mode, regardless of which mode is selected.
>I can't replicate this but I suspect it was true.  Derek's good hands
>may be at work here.  The problem is likely to arise again because the
>current *.dsp files contain a large number of configuration dependant
>property overrides within the project node tree.  If the override values
>are wrong on some nodes then mixed mode WinDebug and WinRel output will

Heh.  Yeah.  Windows and MSVC++ isn't my strong suit, though I could
start a good list of MSVC++ gripes...  :)

>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


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