[Python-Dev] vs2005 Project Patch and Configuration Inquiry
josepharmbruster at gmail.com
Sat May 26 21:13:58 CEST 2007
I started to investigate the WINVER warnings that are scattered
throughout the VS 2005 build. This patch eliminates them but I may have
overlooked the intentions of the #include ordering. If this invalid,
please let me know.
Kristján Valur Jónsson wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: python-dev-bounces+kristjan=ccpgames.com at python.org
>> The PCbuild8 solution needs to be corrected. A patch is attached.
> Thanks, I'll apply it.
>> In addition, I noticed that under C++/Advanced Properties, all the
>> configurations appear to be set to "Compile as C++ Code" with the /TP
>> argument. Should these be set to "Compile as C Code" with the /TC
> Interesting. I hadn't noticed. I investigated, and this is the default
> value for all projects. However, if you click a single .c file and
> check its properties, you will find that it gets the /TC flag in its
> advanced settings. So each file will be correctly compiled. (you can
> confirm this by checking the command line). Removing the /TP flag from
> the project settings also results in the disappearance of the per-file
> /TC setting.
> Very curious. In end effect, the C files are compiled as such and there
> is no need for panic.
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