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From "Steffen" <i...@apachelounge.com>
Subject Re: Time for APR 2.0?
Date Thu, 27 Aug 2015 17:12:13 GMT
I said:  As far I know... CMake is not designed to generate ...  But it can.

Further as far I know :), but I can be wrong.

CMake is not designed to generate dsw/dsp files that can be edited from
Visual Studio. It should not be used to initialize a project and then
dropped.  The CMakeLists.txt files control the project.  Any changes that
are made to the .dsp files will not be reflected in the MakeLists.txt files.
The .dsp files should not be removed or modified by anything but CMake.

You came up with the dropping idea;  Question for me is: what is the issue
with dsw/dsp ?

Steffen

-----Original Message----- 
From: Branko ─îibej
Sent: Thursday, August 27, 2015 6:59 PM Newsgroups: 
gmane.comp.apache.apr.devel
To: dev@apr.apache.org
Subject: Re: Time for APR 2.0?

On 27.08.2015 18:49, Steffen wrote:
> Question for me is: what is the issue with dsw/dsp ?
>
> Dropping dsw/dsp is not the way to go, for years (VC8-VC14)  I use
> dsw/dsp GUI to build httpd/apr  for Apachelounge.
>
> Dropping dsw/dsp  disconnects us from using the (very handy and
> productive) GUI and GUI-tools (like edit code, debugging, PGO,
> tracing, easy handling properties etc. etc.). We really miss some by
> dropping.


Please read the whole thread. cmake can generate dsp and vc(x)proj files
for all versions of Visual Studio.

-- Brane


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