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From Andrew Black <>
Subject Re: Windows infrastructure bug
Date Mon, 30 Oct 2006 16:05:53 GMT
It was attached as test~bat.txt (with the original name being test.bat) 
  I assume that a mail server (probably the apache list server) mangled 
the file name as a safety measure.

The contents of the file are very simple though:
> call generate.bat /CONFIG:msvc-8.0 /BUILDDIR:%~dp0\build /LOCALES:no /LOCALETESTS:no
> call build\build_msvc-8.0.bat 15d

--Andrew Black

Farid Zaripov wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Andrew Black [] 
>> Sent: Saturday, October 28, 2006 12:57 AM
>> To:
>> Subject: Windows infrastructure bug
>> The source directory I am using in this situation is 
>> 'C:\build\ablack\stdcxx-test', with the build directory being 
>> 'C:\build\ablack\stdcxx-test\build'.  At the root of the 
>> source directory, I have a batch file which creates the build 
>> solutions using the generate.bat batch file, then builds one 
>> of the build types using the generated build_%CONFIG%.bat 
>> batch file.  A simplified version of this batch file (hard 
>> wired to produce 15d builds with msvc-8.0) is attached as test.bat.
>> When run, the configuration process fails for unknown reasons 
>> during the sanity check process.  The config.log file 
>> generated is attached.  To complicate the situation, the 
>> generated solution appears to function correctly when built 
>> from within the devenv GUI, and when the build_msvc-8.0.bat 
>> script is invoked directly from the command line (both from 
>> the build directory and the source directory).
>   Hmm. I see strange "static" in attached config.log. This source is not
> present in command line for compiling and linking,
> but linked tries to find static.obj file...
>   Can I see your batch file (full or simplified) ? I didn't found it in
> attachment.
> Farid.

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