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Re: Announcement of Visual Studio 2015 projects and solutions for Gtkmm and GTK+




Sure, why not, Actually I used these as a starting point, I'll be glad to contribute!
.
Although instead of working on patches on existing solutions (and working on multiple versions for each VS), it should be easier to just push new "reworked" solutions somehow?

Although I'm not sure how to make them work inside source tree (because project properties are one folder level outside of source tree), but it's worth discussing to see what changes can be done to make them work and incorporate into source tree.

What say you?


On Fri, Nov 27, 2015 at 9:24 AM, Murray Cumming <murrayc@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Fri, 2015-11-27 at 07:59 +0100, codekiddy wrote:
> Hello there!
>
> I'm glad to be able to announce new release of Visual Studio 2015
> projects and solutions to compile GTK+, Gtkmm, all it's dependencies
> solely by using Visual Studio, as well as few other popular "hard to
> build" libraries.
>
> To best illustrate which packages you can build with these projects
> and solutions see this image
>
> Entry repository is available on GitHub Visual Studio gtkmm
>
> There is also an updated Visual Studio gtkmm wiki to help beginners
> building gtkmm from scratch.
>
> Any possible updates will be pushed to msvc-140 branch, up to next
> release of Visual Studio.

Well done.

We have MS Visual Studio project files in our regular *mm repositories.
Could you submit patches to those, if they are not complete, please?

For instance:
https://git.gnome.org/browse/glibmm/tree/MSVC_Net2013

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Murray Cumming
murrayc@xxxxxxxxxxx
www.murrayc.com




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