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From "Anatoly Gutnick" <>
Subject Re: how to compile axis C++ with VS 2003 or VS 2005?
Date Mon, 22 Jan 2007 17:00:36 GMT
Thanks for reply.

I compiled with VS6, VS7 and VC8

The stnange thing is that the size of the binary dlls is much less then one
i downloaded from

For example, axis-c-1.6b-Win32-trace-bin contains axis_client.dll with size

And the file generated by my compilation by VC6 from sources downloaded
axis_client.dll with size 520kB

The binaries for Windows provided for download are generated by VC6 or VC7?
I am afraid that something wrong here


2007/1/22, Fred Preston <>:
> Hi Anatoly,
>         The compiler and linker executable used depends on what is on your
> PATH environment variable.  What headers and libraries are used depends on
> what paths are in your INCLUDE and LIB (I think these names are correct,
> double check with the Microsoft docs) environment variables.  The MVS8
> compiler has deprecated all (as far as I can see) of the old string
> manipulation functions as well as printf, etc.  You will either have to put
> up with these warnings or hide them using the appropriate compiler pragma.
>  As far as I know, no 'official' testing has been done with MVS8 so there
> may be more undiscovered problems... (i.e. I think you will also have to
> be careful of DBC (i.e. some functions wanting to use wchar_t instead of
> char), but this may be down to compiler options.)
> Regards,
> Fred Preston.
>   *"Anatoly Gutnick" <>*
> 20/01/2007 18:35   Please respond to
> "Apache AXIS C Developers List" <>
>    To
> <>  cc
>   Subject
> how to compile axis C++ with VS 2003 or VS 2005?
> Hi,
> i am able to build Axis C++ client using ANT based build
> **<>
> I have Microsoft Visual C++ v6 installed on by build machine.
> This compiler is used as i understand by default.
> I have Visual Studio 2003 (VS7)and Visual Studio 2005 (VS8) isntalled on
> the same machone.
> I would like to use VS2003 or VS2005 compiler instaed of VS6,
> what i have to do?
> Thanks,
> Anatoly

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