Thu Dec 23 18:25:00 GMT 2004
Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> The link tool is installed by default on Linux as well.
Well, no one uses VC++ on Linux :-). But this is a problem with other
tools as well (e.g. the gcc distribution included gcj and a bastard
"jar" command for a while, till Gerrit (fortunately) axed it).
Just make sure that your VC++ directories are at the *front* of your
PATH. If necessary, do the change in the Makefile itself:
VSHOME:=/cygdrive/c/Program Files/Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003
PATH := $(VCHOME)/bin:$(VCCOMMON)/IDE:$(VCCOMMON)/Tools:$(VSHOME):$(PATH)
# That's one line above, for the PATH setting - the mailer may break
# it up..
And now you can safely rely on picking up the VC++ tools in preference
to any similarly named cygwin tools.
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