> On Wed, 2003-03-19 at 07:45, greg wrote:
> > I would like to use the new API, but the VisualC++ projects don't appear
> > to be up to date with the source code (?)
> > - Maybe someone can point me to an up-to-date VC++ dsw/dsp project?
> I'll update the dsw/dsp files in 2.3 CVS if you want. I need to do that
> before the next release, anyway.
Thanks for the assistance, I persisted with 2.3.4 and now appear to
have a working VC++ development setup for.
For the record (and if you see any glaring mistakes please let me know,
here's what I did
I ended up with libxml2 and pcre installed separately.
Under VC++ Tools | Options, I set the include paths and library paths
VC++ could find the .lib and .h files.
I looked at the Makefile.in and started off by deleting many of the .c
from the libswishe project. I then found I had to re-add most of
The files I ended up using are listed below.
I also had to change some of the libraries listed in the project
dialog, some of them said
change libpcre to pcre.lib
Set include directories to include f:\data\libxml2\include
I hoped I could get it all to compile without changing any headers, but
needed to make changes:
1. In swish.h (from memory)
2. also change:
3. In extprog.c and http_server.c
4. And in xml.h change the #include for xmlparse.h
I did end up with some ugly warinings about not finding strlen and open
possibly forgotten to #include strings.h or something?
Files included in the libswishe project
Received on Thu Mar 20 02:22:12 2003