[Speex-dev] VS2005 build stability?
tgrand at canvaslink.com
Wed Oct 1 20:55:05 PDT 2008
If you remove the project files, I doubt it's going to make things easier
for anyone. You'll probably just increase the number of questions as
people struggle to compile using less common and less user-friendly
methods, and someone is going to have to maintain that anyway.
VS users want VS project files. Plenty of open-source projects provide
them. It's not that hard. There's no way to get them up-to-date? That's
ridiculous. All it takes is someone who knows Speex, knows the compiler,
and has some motivation to do it. You just replied to two such people.
Must you be that dismissive of their offers to help?
Jean-Marc Valin <jean-marc.valin at usherbrooke.ca> wrote:
> Is is possible to have makefiles, batchfiles, whatever that just calls
> the command-line compilers and doesn't require this huge amount of
> per-compiler-version crap? Otherwise, I'm seriously considering removing
> all those project files from the build since time has proven there's
> just no way to get them up-to-date.
> Alexander Chemeris a écrit :
> > Hello,
> > On Wed, Oct 1, 2008 at 8:29 PM, Kerry Bonin <kerry at vscape.com> wrote:
> >> - Anyone else see this?
> >> - Who maintains the Win32 projects (at least the VS2005)? I'd be happy
> >> to work with to solve.
> >> - If nobody is actively maintaining this build, I'd be glad to fix and
> >> contribute back.
> > I'm currently listed as a Win32 build system maintainer, but I prefer not
> > to take discussions off the list.
> > In my day-to-day development I use VS2003 and have VS2005 only on
> > dedicated VM, and I havn't experienced any of these problems. Probably
> > that's because VM is allowed to use only one core. I'd be glad to work
> > with you on these problems and I'll ask my co-workers with VS2005
> > to test build on real hardware instead of VM. If you have any ideas
> > or patches to solve this problem - post them here.
> >> - On the SVN vs. GIT query above, are these still synched? We use SVN
> >> for rest of project, so including via svn external is very convenient,
> >> nice to know if valid...
> > I think SVN version is now a little bit outdated. Though build system
> > has not diverged too much yet. That's very sad Jean-Marc decided
> > to drop SVN maintenance, it was very handy to use it in large
> > svn-backed projects.
> >> Just wanted to touch base with the list before I burnt time tracking
> >> down Microsoft issues, in case there are any simpler fixes for this I
> >> missed in mailing list archives and google...
> > I believe you're the first to report these issues.
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