Problems building devmain-0-6-6 with vc70
Sep 15 2004, 01:11 AM
Joined: 12-August 04
From: Clemson, SC
Member No.: 83
Instead of tacking this onto the end of this thread, I decided to go ahead a make a new thread.
QUOTE(tinkham @ Sep 14 2004, 04:44 PM)
But, you can bypass the solution file for now altogether. Get a clean 0-6-6 download, and instead of opening the vcfAllProjects_vc71.sln file, open the vcfAllProjects_vc71.dsw file, and when it asks to recreate the projects, let it do so. Then you should be able to build no problem.
Just did a fresh checkout.
Visual Studio version 7.0.9466.
Opening "build/vc70/vcfAllProjects_vc70.dsw" starts with the following error.
The project Actions_vc70.dsp needs to be converted to the Visual C++ 7.0 project format.
Do you want to convert?
[ Yes ] [ No ] [ Yes to all ] [ No to all ]
Pressing "yes" gives this error:
Cannot load the project due to a currupt project file.
[ OK ] [Help]
Pressing "ok" gives this:
Project 'C:\cygwin\home\Adimistrator\vcf\exampels\Actions\Actions_vc70.dsp' failed to open
[ OK ]
The project file 'C:\cygwin\home\Adimistrator\vcf\exampels\Actions\Actions_vc70.dsp' cannot be loaded. Do you want to remove the unloadable project fromt the solution?
[ Yes ] [ No ].
ad anuseum for every single project (i usually end up killing the ide in the task manager).
So, I try the opening vcfAllProjects_vc70.sln, which loads 84 projects successfully. I scroll down, right-click on "vcfAllLibs" and select "Set as Starup Project". Then right-click again and select "Build". And I get this:
------ Skipped Build: Project: FoundationKitDLL, Configuration: Debug Win32 ------
Project configuration skipped because it is not selected in this solution configuration
------ Build started: Project: vcfAllLibs, Configuration: Debug Win32 ------
vcfAllLibs - up-to-date.
---------------------- Done ----------------------
Build: 1 succeeded, 0 failed, 22 skipped
Sep 16 2004, 02:23 PM
Joined: 6-April 04
From: Montreal ( Canada ) in this moment of my life !
Member No.: 39
Same VC, Windows 2000 5.00.2195 SP2.
I have Same VC, Windows 2000 5.00.2195 SP3
So maybe you need to go to SP3
I tried both in debug and release, no problems.
Personally I hate the new dev studio.
No kidding...I don't even use it except to build VCF. I use cygwin and make to build my project.
I made an addins to compile together all the projects I want while disabling their Configuration Manager and other smart features' which makes me content enough. I got more than one year to get used to 3 or 4 incredibly-stupid-decision-maybe-there-just-to-frustrate-people tipical of brainless-we-are-so-intelligent Microsoft's programmers.
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