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Re: Corrupted dsw and dsp files??

At 07:37 PM 7/19/2005, Howard Chu wrote:
>Kurt D. Zeilenga wrote:
>>At 09:29 AM 7/19/2005, luca regini wrote:
>>>Actually the real reason is that the dsw has references to dsp files that doesn't exist in the package. How could it be??? I wonder if someone has ever built the software using this .dsw. I must build it under windows, so i'll try to build it myself and then i'll provide back a correct dsw file. Hope to find some help if things go wrong.     
>>I think the preferred way of building under Windows 32 is to
>>use MINGW32.  See the FAQ for details.
>And if you're interested in MSVC support in the future, it may be worthwhile to investigate enhancing the current Makefiles to work with the MSVC commandline tools. I find the IDE project/workspace management to be too cumbersome. (Of course, I don't see any compelling need to use MSVC here, so MSVC compatibility for the Makefiles isn't an urgent priority.)

I agree.  The dsw/dsp files should be axed (in HEAD and releases).


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