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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <wr...@rowe-clan.net>
Subject Re: Modifying Win32 default optimizations?
Date Thu, 12 May 2005 01:53:31 GMT
At 08:29 PM 5/11/2005, Randy Kobes wrote:

>That sounds great, but one consideration from the point of
>view of Perl (eg, mod_perl) is that the dominant Win32 Perl
>binary, from ActiveState, uses VC 6 to compile, and they
>don't have any plans soon of changing that. But that might
>change by the next generation.

There is yet another consideration which might kill this entire
discussion.  

The beta VC++ 2005 Express includes everything one would want,
nmake, cl, lib, link et al.  It does not have msvcr70.lib in it's
lib/ tree.  It does have msvcrt.lib.  In SDK\v2.0\Bin one also
finds msvcr80.dll.

Which means, it appears, that msvcr70.dll never 'arrived' and has
been orphaned.

Perhaps ActiveState took a better route with Perl than Python.

Bill  


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