Steph Fox wrote:
Personally the change you made would be fine with me as I don't make
builds off of them and strictly use them for debugging/profiling. I did
test it out and it did produce the project files. Stas had mentioned
that he wanted to get them building (so in order to keep them around I
would help with getting them up to speed). So the question does really
come down to whether or not non-buildable dsp files are acceptable to
Actually we both did agree to start updating them in order to keep
them until the CMake stuff is integrated.
Not while I was logging... or in my email archives... so you must've
agreed that in some different channel or mailing list. In fact what
you actually said to me was 'don't take the old build system away
until we have cmake', and the reason you and Stas both gave for this
was that you use the files for debugging (not building - we all know
it's not been possible to build with that system for several months now).
So we have 60-odd broken files all over CVS to support that; and all I
want to do is replace those 60-odd broken files with 4 working files
in the win32 directory that will generate 60-odd broken files on
request if you really really want them. My only question is, 'how much
broken is OK?'
CC'ing him so he can chime in on this.
Really though, with time getting short, we should be spending more time
on the testing/fixing up of the 5.3 build and new libs than cosmetics.
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