VStudio project files

Hello LLVMers,

For the windows side of my team’s product, I use the VStudio project files included in the LLVM tree (which are VStudio 2k3 files). I just switched over to the SVN sources yesterday and spent some time working with those project files to get things to build cleanly on my system. We use VStudio 2k5, so I have to go through a conversion process which may be the cause of some of the problems I’ve seen. I also needed to add new files which have been added to the tree recently but which have not been added to the VStudio project.

It’s my understanding that the person who was maintaining the VStudio project is no longer doing active LLVM development. If that is indeed the case, I would be happy to help maintain them provided that I can switch them up to 2k5, which is my required VStudio platform here at work.

Let me know if you’d like some fresh VStudio files and I’ll work on getting them pushed up to the svn server once I’ve got them all nice and happy here.

Thanks,

Chuck.

Hi Chuck,

Hello LLVMers,

For the windows side of my team’s product, I use the VStudio project
files included in the LLVM tree (which are VStudio 2k3 files). I just
switched over to the SVN sources yesterday and spent some time working
with those project files to get things to build cleanly on my system.
We use VStudio 2k5, so I have to go through a conversion process which
may be the cause of some of the problems I’ve seen. I also needed to
add new files which have been added to the tree recently but which
have not been added to the VStudio project.

It’s my understanding that the person who was maintaining the VStudio
project is no longer doing active LLVM development. If that is indeed
the case, I would be happy to help maintain them provided that I can
switch them up to 2k5, which is my required VStudio platform here at
work.

Let me know if you’d like some fresh VStudio files and I’ll work on
getting them pushed up to the svn server once I’ve got them all nice
and happy here.

Yes, please. Jeff is no longer maintaining this so it might as well be
useful to the people that would use it.

Thanks!

Reid.

Hola Reid,

Cool deal. I think I have all the bugs worked out as I'm building
cleanly now in one "build all" pass as opposed to two. I'm going to
integrate and test the results with our system.

Will the patch process be sufficient for this kind of change (~350K of
VStudio XML goo)? Should I request commit access, if at least for the
vstudio stuff?

Thanks,
Chuck.

Hola Reid,

Cool deal. I think I have all the bugs worked out as I'm building
cleanly now in one "build all" pass as opposed to two. I'm going to
integrate and test the results with our system.

Will the patch process be sufficient for this kind of change (~350K of
VStudio XML goo)? Should I request commit access, if at least for the
vstudio stuff?

Either or. You're probably going to have to update this a fair bit in
the coming weeks. Things like lib/System and lib/Support are scheduled
for removal from the llvm module and moved to the support module. I'm
fine with you having commit access. I think Chris would be too,
especially if it means the win32 stuff stays up to date :slight_smile:

Reid.