[opensource-dev] Review Request: Make viewer-autobuild work under Visual Studio 2005 Express Edition.
ima.mechanique at blueyonder.co.uk
Sun Feb 6 14:14:41 PST 2011
> I remembered reading about some issues (don't ask me to expand) of not having
> the latest SDK's when using win64. I have both express and pro on my machine and
> my include settings for Pro reflect newer SDK's.
> Maybe you can try these includes.
I have all those directories (and more, see https://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Viewer_2_Microsoft_Windows_Builds
for complete list). I don't think the contents here are the issue. After
all, those includes work for the GUI, for some reason the CLI is not
getting them would seem more likely to me.
> From: Ima Mechanique <ima.mechanique at blueyonder.co.uk>
> To: opensource-dev at lists.secondlife.com
> Sent: Sun, February 6, 2011 3:34:41 PM
> Subject: Re: [opensource-dev] Review Request: Make viewer-autobuild work under
> Visual Studio 2005 Express Edition.
> > On 2011-02-06 14:15, Ima Mechanique wrote:
> > > Just to clarify. These errors are only generated when using "autobuild
> > > build -c VCexpressRelWithDebInfo" If using the MSVC Express gui it
> > > builds with only the usual niggles (like failing on x64 because it can't
> > > find a directory)
> > Can you tell what is being done differently?
> Not really. Looking at the build logs, apart from the lack of cmake
> command and some packages missing (like fmod), they look pretty much the
> > Perhaps from the gui it's not building the same set of targets?
> My suspicion, is that the GUI is using its Include files directory list
> and the command line is not. The INCLUDE env variable only contains
> "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft\Visual Studio\8\VC\INCLUDE;" instead
> of the dozen or more in the GUI list. However manually adding the two
> SDK include directories where the files exist doesn't help (and the lack
> doesn't harm the standard v-d build).
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