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Re: Building CVS on Windows is broken...again


From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: Building CVS on Windows is broken...again
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 17:32:42 -0500
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Jim.Hyslop wrote:

>Derek Robert Price wrote:
>
>>Sent: Monday, February 16, 2004 11:43 PM
>>To: Conrad T. Pino
>>
>>>I only have Visual C++ 6.0 and various Borland C/C++ compilers.
>>>How much flexibility do we have deviating away from Visual C++ 5?
>>
>>
>>Well, fact of the matter is, I only have VC++ 6.0 too, so
>>unless someone
>>who has VC++ 5.0 wants to help out, we'll have to drop
>>support for VC++ 5.0.
>
>I could probably dig up a copy of VC 5.0, but is it worth it? What's the
>reason behind using VC5 as the officially supported version?


As far as I know, not much aside from that's the way it's always been,
but we do have a volunteer now who has offered to set up nightly build
testing on Windows using VC++ 5.0, so without an overriding reason to
bump it up, we might as well continue to support VC++ 5.0.

Derek

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