: Why are we using libverto again

Nathaniel McCallum npmccallum at redhat.com
Thu Jul 7 15:25:15 EDT 2011

On Thu, 2011-07-07 at 12:06 -0400, Greg Hudson wrote:
> On Thu, 2011-07-07 at 11:35 -0400, Nathaniel McCallum wrote:
> > I am taking careful attention to make sure that this will
> > compile in MSVC++ as well (though as I don't have MSVC++ right now I
> > can't guarantee it of course).
> FYI, I found that you can set up a native windows build environment with
> just a basic Windows license without too much pain.  You have a couple
> of options, one of which is to install Visual C++ Express and the other
> of which is to ignore the GUI development environment and install the
> Windows SDK, which contains nmake and the compilers.  The latter option
> has the advantage of giving you 64-bit compiler support, which isn't (or
> wasn't) part of Visual C++ Express.  (If you need the GUI development
> tools and 64-bit support, you can install the SDK and convince Visual C
> ++ Express to use it, although I haven't done that myself.)
> My notes for installing the SDK are:
> * Install .NET framework 4
> * Install Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET framework 4
> * From start menu, invoke Windows SDK 7.1 command prompt
> * For 64-bit, SetEnv /x86
> * nmake is now runnable

I used to have this exact setup at a previous job.  I'm working on it
for this project as well. Stay tuned... :)


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