VC++ 6.0 build

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  1. Paul Ohmart

    Paul Ohmart Guest

    I want to use xerces c++, binary release 2_3_0, on W2k with VC++ 6.0.

    The header files in the include directory all use include statements
    of the form: #include <xercesc/util/XercesDefs.hpp>. The sample
    projects have all these header files listed in the "External
    Dependencies" directory of the project.

    Clearly "<xercesc/..." is the xercesc directory in the distribution
    file hierarchy but I am unable to understand how I define "xercesc" to
    my vc++ project or how I get all the header files into the project
    under the External Dependencies directory. Clearly I am missing some
    fundamental idea here but I can't seem to find any documentation that
    addresses this.

    Can anyone direct me to where this is documented or explain how to get
    off the ground? Thanks in advance.
    Paul Ohmart, Oct 12, 2003
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    Ross Guest

    Paul Ohmart pulled a bright blue crayon out of the box and scribbled this
    in news::

    > I want to use xerces c++, binary release 2_3_0, on W2k with VC++ 6.0.
    >
    > The header files in the include directory all use include statements
    > of the form: #include <xercesc/util/XercesDefs.hpp>. The sample
    > projects have all these header files listed in the "External
    > Dependencies" directory of the project.
    >
    > Clearly "<xercesc/..." is the xercesc directory in the distribution
    > file hierarchy but I am unable to understand how I define "xercesc" to
    > my vc++ project or how I get all the header files into the project
    > under the External Dependencies directory. Clearly I am missing some
    > fundamental idea here but I can't seem to find any documentation that
    > addresses this.


    I have forgotten the exact location of the menu item as I haven't used
    Visual Studio 6 for over two years, but you need to set the environment
    variables in an options dialog box. You need to supply a list of paths to
    the xerces include and static library directories.

    > Can anyone direct me to where this is documented or explain how to get
    > off the ground? Thanks in advance.


    It is one of those silly M$ things that are not very well documented.

    R.

    --
    "I'm less of a neurotic perfectionist than I was. But I don't think
    that anyone who has done good work in their life isn't a perfectionist.
    You have to be."
    -- John Cleese
    Ross, Oct 12, 2003
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    Andy Fish Guest

    go to project/settings
    then click the c/c++ tab
    then drop down the 'category' box and select 'preprocessor'
    then there's a text box for include directories

    "Ross" <> wrote in message
    news:Xns94125557BCEACRoss@216.168.3.44...
    > Paul Ohmart pulled a bright blue crayon out of the box and scribbled this
    > in news::
    >
    > > I want to use xerces c++, binary release 2_3_0, on W2k with VC++ 6.0.
    > >
    > > The header files in the include directory all use include statements
    > > of the form: #include <xercesc/util/XercesDefs.hpp>. The sample
    > > projects have all these header files listed in the "External
    > > Dependencies" directory of the project.
    > >
    > > Clearly "<xercesc/..." is the xercesc directory in the distribution
    > > file hierarchy but I am unable to understand how I define "xercesc" to
    > > my vc++ project or how I get all the header files into the project
    > > under the External Dependencies directory. Clearly I am missing some
    > > fundamental idea here but I can't seem to find any documentation that
    > > addresses this.

    >
    > I have forgotten the exact location of the menu item as I haven't used
    > Visual Studio 6 for over two years, but you need to set the environment
    > variables in an options dialog box. You need to supply a list of paths to
    > the xerces include and static library directories.
    >
    > > Can anyone direct me to where this is documented or explain how to get
    > > off the ground? Thanks in advance.

    >
    > It is one of those silly M$ things that are not very well documented.
    >
    > R.
    >
    > --
    > "I'm less of a neurotic perfectionist than I was. But I don't think
    > that anyone who has done good work in their life isn't a perfectionist.
    > You have to be."
    > -- John Cleese
    Andy Fish, Oct 13, 2003
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