Thanks, guys ... I tried running it on another computer where we have the 
full Visual Studio 2010 Pro installed, but I got a similar result.  The 
installer did not automatically install vs-tools into the MSBuild Platforms 
folder, so I had to copy over the appropriate folders manually.

Then, when I tried to build on that platform, both of my solution's 
projects were skipped because "Error: The 'ConfigurationGeneral' rule is 
missing from the project."  I assume that's because I based the new 
configuration off an Empty one (as the Emscripten instructions suggest).

Does anyone have a fast way to set up the Build Configuration for my 
projects, such that it will work?

Unfortunately, I'm running close to being out of time for this spike, and I 
might just have to go back to doing things the old-fashioned way.

Thanks for your help!

On Thursday, 15 September 2016 13:23:16 UTC-4, Brian Gavin wrote:
> Hi Eric,
> I use Visual C++ Professional 2010 to develop Emscripten apps.   I pretty 
> sure you must use the pro or enterprise version of C++ 2010.   I think 
> Microsoft restricts certain features for addings/plugins in the Express 
> version.
> Brian Gavin

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