problem building tests with msvc6
dank at kegel.com
Sun Jan 5 21:18:05 CST 2003
Dan Kegel wrote:
> Francois Gouget wrote:
>> I load winetest.dsw. This file contains one project per test with two
>> configurations each, and also wineruntests.
>> You can then select an individual project+configuration and compile it.
>> When I want to recompile everything I go to Build -> Batch Build and:
>> * select all 'Win32 MSVC Headers' Items
>> * except for ntdll for which I select 'Win32 Wine Headers'
>> * and for wineruntests which I deselect completely
> Hmm. Might be simpler to do the following:
> * remove ntdll from wineruntests
> * select "Win32 MSVC Headers" for wineruntests
> * select "Win32 Wine Headers" for ntdll
> That's less clicking...
>> Then if I want to run all the tests I use my batch script.
> What batch script is that? Is it in cvs?
Oh, you're talking about the batch file in
I guess I could use that, though it'd be nice if it were
in cvs, or automatically generated. In order to use it,
I'll have to write a script that moves all the newly built .exe's
to the top level directory.
I guess I'm aiming at making it easier for Windows folks to
grab the source for the tests from CVS and build them themselves
Furthermore, I'm hoping to write scripts to continuously update
from cvs and run the regression tests, all on windows.
(It'll be interesting making that work noninteractively.)
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