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Re: Windows build of CVS: time to retire MSVC6?

From: Shaun Tancheff
Subject: Re: Windows build of CVS: time to retire MSVC6?
Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2006 10:58:54 -0500

FYI - 2005 does command line too.

On 6/21/06, Frank Hemer <frank@hemer.org> wrote:
On Wednesday 21 June 2006 05:32, Jim Hyslop wrote:
> This message is primarily aimed at those who use Microsoft Visual Studio
> to build the CVS executable from source (I hope I'm not talking to
> myself, here :-)

No you're not;-)

> Currently, the source in windows-NT/ is aimed at MSVC6, a rather archaic
> software in this day & age (it's a whopping 8 years old :=)
> I'm soliciting opinions on whether or how to migrate the Windows source
> to Visual Studio 2005. Has anyone already tried this and would like to
> share your experience? Does anyone have any objections to dropping
> suport for MSVC6?

Actually I would prefer to keep support for the msvc6 compiler. But this aims
solely towards the ability to compile from commandline, no need to have the
vcproj etc. stuff around.

Another question: Has the (win only) buffer bug on the trunk ever been fixed
so both pserver and ssh access work again? I cannot verify this as it doesn't
currently compile:-(.


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