[Speex-dev] [PATCH] Add Visual Studio 2008 Prject files
streu at gmx.de
Mon Dec 3 10:24:56 PST 2007
John Miles wrote:
> What's wrong with a plain old .bat file, or even an NMAKE .mak file?
> Ship two files, debug.bat and release.bat, and call it good.
> It is best to leave project-file creation up to individual users,
> in my opinion.
I second that. When I played around with Speex a while ago, I just
dumped the Speex source files into a .dsp file (Visual Studio Project),
and built that. For another environment, I made a 25 line Makefile
(essentially, a SOURCE = ..... line plus the auto-dependency example
code from the GNU make manual).
The only "problem" is to find out what files are needed for the library
and which are superfluous (i.e. test/demo programs with their own
main()). A minimal Makefile would help to document that, and enable
people create projects, with minimum effort, for all sorts of
environments nobody ever heard of.
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