prebuild libarys for visual C++.net 2003

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prebuild libarys for visual C++.net 2003

Post by Chr » Fri Aug 12, 2005 6:30 pm

http://www.web-play-3d.de/wxinstallguide/vc_lib.zip
(26m)

Which ones?
Unicode Release + Unicode debug

For what compiler?
visual C++.net 2003

Why?
I've read some discussions about the future of wx, so i want to make it the beginners easy to start

I registered a project a berliOS (i'm waiting for the confirmation email) and then i would make a BIG *.zip, which contains:
  • *Beginner Tutorial for VC.NET2003
    *and for DevCPP if i've enough time
    *(some other tutorials, if somebody makes some...)
    *wxWidgets 2.6.1/2.6.2 distribution for windows
    *precompiled libarys for VC.NET2003
    *devpak
wxWidgets is nice

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VC Toolkit 2003

Post by lowjoel » Sat Aug 13, 2005 1:02 am

just IN CASE people were wondering, from what i gather, real VC wx libs (release builds) CAN be used with VC Toolkit 2003 (which im using, ha i got no $$ for the real thing... i just modfieid my IDE (no prizes for guessing which one ;)) to provide native VC support... haha... but hey... i like their license aswell... nothing about commercial-ness :P) because cl.exe, link.exe, nmake.exe (which is in the win2k3 platform SDK), rc.exe are ALL identical to that found in VS .NET 2003

just remember to get the include paths (/I"dirname") and link paths (/LIBPATH:"path") point to BOTH your VC toolkit\include and Platform SDK\include, aswell as VC toolkit\lib and Platform SDK\lib directories

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Post by Jorg » Sat Aug 13, 2005 8:11 am

As much as your effort is appreciated, it would be better to discuss this issue with Julian, Vadim et al, and see if they are willing to provide a binaries distribution, with a setup file that will install headers only and DLL's or LIBS. I still believe the just starting end-user should not be responsible for compiling it all themselves. It should be a very low threashold to start working on it, gain their enthusiasm and then allow them to expirment with builds.

Can't hurt to offer pre-built binaries, but if this can be combined and put on the wx-site then at least people will know where to find them.

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