[CELT-dev] Visual Studio Project file?

Bent Bisballe Nyeng deva at aasimon.org
Thu Oct 29 02:46:38 PDT 2009

Hi Bjørn

Thank you for your reply.

I actually already tried your project file, but it fails on the vanilla
0.7 release (something with the inline keyword being different on the ms
compiler i think).

What I am really asking here is; would it be possible for the upstream
project to maintain the code in a msvc compilable state and supply the
vcproj file with so that I would not have to make corrections to the
code everytime the library is released in a new version?

// Bent

Bjoern Rasmussen wrote:
> Hi Bent
> I've made a .vcproj file for VS2005 which is able to build CELT 0.5.2.
> I've made a few modifications to the source code also to make it build
> with VC's compiler. You can download it
> here: http://bearware.dk/temp/celt-0.5.2.zip
> The .vcproj file is in the build-subdirectory.
> I think the .vcproj file can also be used with 0.7 since there are no
> new files.
> -- Bjoern
>> Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2009 13:44:47 +0100
>> From: deva at aasimon.org
>> To: celt-dev at xiph.org
>> Subject: [CELT-dev] Visual Studio Project file?
>> I am working on a project that transports audio in realtime from a linux
>> box to a windows box throuh libcelt.
>> The windows client program is written in C# and C++ and I therefore need
>> the celt library in its most recent version (0.7) to be able to compile
>> in Visual Studio 2008.
>> In order to do this I, as I understand it, need a .vcproj file for the
>> project.
>> Are there any plans on making such a file and maintaining it with the
>> original sourcecode?
>> I would be happy to help in the testing of it, should that be nessecary.
>> Regards
>> Bent Bisballe Nyeng
>> Aasimon.org
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