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From "Amit Jindal" <jin...@roguewave.com>
Subject RE: What is the meaning of the various Visual Studio configurations
Date Fri, 01 Sep 2006 14:44:02 GMT
Correct. Rogue wave has been using a different terminology for a very
long time to identify the build info.

For reference, here's how to decode it:

8 are single threaded release
11 are single threaded debug
12 are multithreaded release
15 are multithreaded debug

s indicates static build
d indicates dynamic build.


Regards
-- Amit


>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Geoffrey Winn [mailto:geoff.winn@googlemail.com]
>>Sent: Friday, September 01, 2006 6:52 AM
>>To: stdcxx-user
>>Subject: What is the meaning of the various Visual Studio
configurations
>>
>>As covered in a previous note, I'm building stdcxx in order to use it
as
>>the
>>standard C++ library in Tuscany SDO. Looking at the Configuration
Manager
>>pane I cane see 8 different configuration options ie
>>
>>11d Debug Dll
>>11s Debug Static
>>12d Optimized Thread-safe Dll
>>12s Optimized Thread-safe Static
>>15d Debug Thread-safe Dll
>>15s Debug Thread-safe Static
>>8d Optimized Dll
>>8s Optimized Static
>>
>>When we build SDO with the Microsoft library we use either
"Multi-threaded
>>DLL" (/MD) or "Multi-threaded Debug DLL" (/MDd). Which of the stdcxx
>>configurations correspond to those two. My guess would be to use
>>
>>"12d Optimized Thread-safe Dll" to replace "Multi-threaded DLL" and
>>"15d Debug Thread-safe Dll" to replace "Multi-threaded Debug DLL"
>>
>>Regards,
>>
>>Geoff.

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