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From Aryeh Katz <>
Subject Re: HOWTO: building mod_jk2 with Visual studio .net 2003
Date Fri, 13 Feb 2004 12:52:54 GMT
Martin Gainty wrote:

> Any comment(s)/suggestion(s) from Microsoft Tech Support?
> Keep me apprised,
So far my post is unanswered.
Is there anyone else who has VS 2003 .net that can try this?
> Marty Gainty
> 617-852-7822
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Aryeh Katz" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2004 10:32 AM
> Subject: HOWTO: building mod_jk2 with Visual studio .net 2003
>>I converted the project to a .net 2003 project, and tried to build. No
> dice.
>>Got a really flaky error that made no sense to me.
>>I then looked at the .vcproj file that MS created, and tracked down
>>the issue (in my environment).
>>It seems that when the dsp file is converted to a vcproj file, InputDir
>>is changed so that it is given a backslash at the end. In addition, the
>>path name is quoted.
>>This results in the escape sequence \" at the end of InputDir, which
>>breaks the mc command.
>>To me, this seems to be a Microsoft bug, but I was able to workaround
> this.
>>As a workaround, I was able to run the mc command on the command line,
>>then to reopen the project in Visual studio.
>>Once this dependency was built, the project built just fine.
>>For your reference, the mc command was:
>>     mc -h "\<installdir>\jk\native2\common" \
>>        -r "\<installdir>\jk\native2\common" \
>>        "\<installdir>\jk\native2\common\"

Aryeh Katz
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