Re: naming convention of targets for Windows platform - why not use VC style?
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2009 01:18:13 +0100
On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 12:57 AM, Mohun Biswas <m_biswas_at_mailinator.com> wrote:
> Pierre Joye wrote:
>> FYI, any decent VC version supports only one mode: threaded. This mess
>> is a 12 year old pain (vc6) :)
> Either you're misunderstanding something or I am. According to my
> understanding, there used to be 3 modes (MD, MT, and ML) multiplied by
> release/debug. Single-threaded (ML) mode is now obsolete but that still
> leaves MD and MT multiplied by r and d, no?
Right, it was only a note about ML
However I would rather not provide by default MT builds, as it was
somehow necessary wiht VC6, it may be easier to keep only MD for
VC8/9. But is is easy to add an option for it.
About the configuration names, something easier to manage or use could
be to specify which mode to use for a given dependency (for
example,cfg=dll-debug zlib=static ssl=dll idn=dll etc.).
We also use a very handy naming convention in php for the libraries,
DLL: libcurl.dll (and libcurl.lib)
DLL Debug libcurl_debug.dll (and libcurl_debug.lib)
static debug: libcurl_a_debug.lib
The right library is then used depending of the active configuration
(and if it is present).
-- Pierre http://blog.thepimp.net | http://www.libgd.orgReceived on 2009-02-18