39523Re: Debugging in MSVS (was: Weird bug in GTK2 version of gvim 7)
- Apr 7, 2005Ankur Kotwal wrote:
> > > I usually perform a build using "nmake -f Make_mvc.mak GUI=yes OLE=yes".You need to load it as a workspace, not as a project.
> > Import Make_ivc.mak as a workspace into Visual Studio.
> I'm using Visual Studio .NET 2003 and unfortunately, I am unable to
> open the file as either a project or a solution. As soon as I try to
> open the file, VS asks me if I want to convert the project. I of
> course say yes but as soon as I do, I'm left facing a message box that
> says "Cannot load the project due to a corrupt project file."
Make sure the file has DOS fileformat. Unix fileformat doesn't work.
> I assume that you are using an older version of Visual Studio. Are youThese files are very system-specific. They are in some strange format,
> able to send me your .dsp and .dsw file? I can then import and upgrade
> those files into VS .NET 2003. Thanks.
thus I don't even know what I would be sending out.
It's very disappointing the MS doesn't have a documented and backwards
compatible project description file. Clearly a vendor lock-in.
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