[Speex-dev] [PATCH] Add Visual Studio 2008 Prject files
arosenberg at sightspeed.com
Wed Nov 28 09:17:19 PST 2007
I pulled the test directory from 2003, but everything else from 2005. The 2005 files have more “cross-compiling” targets than the 2003 ones. I fixed the various missing files in the new 2008 projects (misc.c and one other other are gone now).
The only thing you could do which would make them more compact would be to get rid of the subdirectories under each vs-version. There is no real need for it and it just makes things a little confusing.
Win32 ------ vs2003 -----All .sln, .vcproj
|------vs2005 -----All .sln, .vcproj
|------vs2008 -----All .sln,.bcproj
You could also remove the old Visual Studio 6 files, .dsw, .dsp since that compiler is no longer supported by MS.
From: kamaji at gmail.com [mailto:kamaji at gmail.com] On Behalf Of Keith Kyzivat
Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2007 8:00 AM
To: Aron Rosenberg
Cc: speex-dev at xiph.org
Subject: Re: [Speex-dev] [PATCH] Add Visual Studio 2008 Prject files
The VS2005 project files are known to not be up-to-date, so I can understand that you'd need to fix some things.
Can you verify with an import of the VS2003 project files, that there is no need for any fixes, and just works after importing?
Managing multiple project files should be minimized if at all possible. If a straight import of vs2003 project files can be done without any changes post-import, then I'd recommend that vs2008 project files are *not* checked in. In fact, I think it'd probably be a good idea to remove the vs2005 project files, given they are not as up-to-date as the vs2003 ones, and someone with VS2005 can easily import and use them.
The only time that I have found that VS2005 project files need to be maintained over vs2003 ones is if multiple configurations for different platforms need to be maintained (i.e. for wince).
On 11/27/07, Aron Rosenberg <arosenberg at sightspeed.com> wrote:
Attached is a patch which adds the directory, project and solution files needed for Visual Studio 2008. They are an import of the 2005 files, but fixed and tested.
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