Re: problems building vim 6.2 with visual C++ 6.0
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> Von: Holger Ditting [mailto:holgerd@...]
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 2. Juli 2003 12:16
> An: vim-dev@...
> Cc: BStrohhaecker@...
> Betreff: Re: problems building vim 6.2 with visual C++ 6.0
> This is not the problems. These directories are created.Sorry, no more ideas.
The following works fine for me:
nmake -f Make_mvc.mak CSCOPE=yes
nmake -f Make_mvc.mak CSCOPE=yes GUI=yes OLE=yes
Bernd, using w2k, vim 6.2.17, vs c++ 6.0
- I have no problems building with VC++6 (same version
of nmake), but I get my source from CVS as opposed to the
Since the problem seems to be access to the 'f:\vim62\src\objgo\vc60.pdb'
file, you might be able to cast light on the problem by using FileMon from
the www.sysinternals.com site. This will trace all the file accesses during
the build process.
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> From: Holger Ditting [SMTP:holgerd@...]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2003 10:04 AM
> To: vim-dev@...
> Subject: problems building vim 6.2 with visual C++ 6.0
> after using vim several years with UNIX I have to move to Windows :-(
> To use it there with SNiFF+ I tried to compile it with VisualC++ 6.0 but
> I got vim-6.2-tar.bz2, vim-6.2-extra.tar.gz (and vim-6.2-lang.tar.gz,
> which I
> probably won't need). Is there anything else I need?
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- On Jul 2, 9:14, BStrohhaecker@... wrote:
> Subject: Re: problems building vim 6.2 with visual C++ 6.0This is not the problems. These directories are created.
> > [...]
> There is IMHO a simple bug anywhere in the makefile (?).
> The directories for the objects are not created automatically.
> Build it / them manually.
> c:\uti\vim\vim62\src>md objc (for console vim)
> c:\uti\vim\vim62\src>md objGO (for GUI vim)
> HTH, Bernd