It works! Many tahnks Gregg .

> Date: Sun, 10 Mar 2013 03:03:11 -0700
> From: gls@gknw.net
> To: dev@apr.apache.org
> Subject: Re: missed aprutil.make file
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> On 3/10/2013 1:32 AM, Nick Kew wrote:
> > On 8 Mar 2013, at 05:03, shangyu wrote:
> >> does anyone care about this issue?
> > I have no idea what issue. But since noone has replied ...
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> > Isn't nmake some Windows thing that's a halfway-house between
> > MSVC++ and an old-unix-like build environment? Maybe noone on
> > this list uses it regularly enough to check what you're talking about.
> > Is it supposed to be a supported environment?
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> Just like make on *nix.
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> >> When compile apr-util-1.5.1 with nmake , this file is missed . Any suggestion ? Many thanks!!!
> > You mean you get a fatal error?
> > Have you googled the error message?
> > If you think it's a bug, you can enter it in bugzilla, so someone
> > booting up Windows and nmake will have a record of it.
> > Your best chance is if you can provide a patch.
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> It's nothing that can be patched. The last couple "win32" releases have
> not included the .mak & .dep files. The last release to have them was
> 1.3.last. You can see them scattered through the branch in svn. They are
> generated by VC6, which is rather dead except for those of us that just
> won't let go of it :) They can be used to build on the command line with
> almost every version of VC or just any of the available SDKs. APR* can
> be built in the VC IDE without the need for them.
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> For shangyu I've attached a set, they've not been tested so MMV but they
> should work.
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> Gregg
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