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From "Ralf S. Engelschall" <>
Subject Re: Win32 / DevStudio stuff: Question
Date Wed, 30 Sep 1998 13:31:49 GMT

In article <> you wrote:

>>1. What is the _correct_ GUI way to add /DMOD_SSL, /I<path_to_ssleay>
>>   and <path_to_ssleay>/libssleay.lib to the .dsp files?

> You set project seetings. My copy of msdev is German, but the keyboard
> shortcut for the dialog is ALT-F7. In the left part of the dialog
> select all configurations (Alle Konfigurationen), on the right side
> select the tab C/C++. This again has a popup menu with several
> categories, one of them is pre-processor (Präprozessor). There you will
> find a text field preproccessor definitions (Präprozessor-Definitionen),
> this is a comma separated list of defines, but without the leading /D.
> The other field of interest is extra include path (Zusätzliche
> Include-Verzeichnisse), this is also comma seperated with the leading
> /I.

Ah, great! I'll immediately try it out. Thanks for the details.

>>2. Can I patch the .dsp files in batch and then re-created the
>>   .mak files through a batch-able DevStudio call? This would be my preferred
>>   approach. Something like "msdev /convert x.dsp x.mak" or whatever.

> Resistance is futile, you will be assimilated. If you use Developer
> Studio for managing your project, you have no control over the
> Makefiles any more. You are not supposed to fiddle with Makefiles at
> all.

Hmmmm.. I expected such a situation. No fiddling with Makefiles...<cry!>
The Redmond people really castrate us Unix hackers. I hate them
for their captive user interfaces...

                                       Ralf S. Engelschall

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