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From Greg Marr <gr...@alum.wpi.edu>
Subject Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0 libhttpd.dsp
Date Thu, 04 Mar 2004 19:12:40 GMT
At 01:33 PM 3/4/2004, William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:
>At 12:04 PM 3/4/2004, Greg Marr wrote:
> >At 12:00 PM 3/4/2004, William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:
> >>At 09:55 AM 3/4/2004, Greg Marr wrote:
> >>
> >>>/incremental:no is the default, and MSDev will at times remove 
> flags that it finds redundant, even ones that it added 
> itself.  It's a bit schizophrenic like that.
> >>
> >>uhmmmm wrong.  with /debug incremental yes is the default but you 
> have
> >>to pound it into the msdev's head.  please fix/revert.
> >>
> >>>>>   -# ... /dll /incremental:no /debug /machine:I386 
> /base:@"os\win32\BaseAddr.ref",libhttpd.dll /opt:ref
> >>>>>   +# ... /dll /debug /machine:I386 
> /base:@"os\win32\BaseAddr.ref",libhttpd.dll /opt:ref
> >>>>...
> >
> >Odd, I thought non-incremental was the default, but the help says 
> otherwise.  Incremental is the default, for regular and debug, at 
> least in VC6.
> >
> >Why would you not want incremental for a debug build anyway?
>
>Greg we are creating the release build there - we create a pdb for 
>unwinding core dumps.

Oh, duh.  Yeah.

>It is an optimized binary - incremental is not a healthy way to 
>release a final image.  Again, please revert.

I would if I could... I was just commenting on why I thought it 
happened.


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