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From david_n_bert...@us.ibm.com
Subject Re: Possible build problem in Localization.mak
Date Tue, 02 Mar 2004 05:42:11 GMT




Hi Brian,

Xalan-C has its own version.incl -- it's in /xml-xalan/c.  You should have
it if you got the source from CVS.  Maybe it didn't make it into the source
distribution?

Dave



                                                                                         
                                             
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I am encountering a problem when building Xalan on Windows:

Localization.mak(49) : fatal error U1052: file
                       '..\..\..\..\..\version.incl' not found

version.incl seems to be located at the root of the xerces distribution.
I'm
not sure how that relative path gets you there.

Cheers,
Brian




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