php4.dsw isn't always maintained, and that's one such example...  Using 
php4ts.dsw should work fine.


At 19:44 29/3/2001, Cynic wrote:
>I tried to build CGI PHP using this workspace, and got the
>msgbox below. The build failed, of course.
>What are the requirements to allow for compilation of
>single-threaded CGI on win32 machines?
>Microsoft Visual C++
>The source files 
>"D:\compile\php\php-4.0.5RC4\ext\bcmath\libbcmath\src\output.c" and 
>"D:\compile\php\php-4.0.5RC4\ext\standard\output.c" are both configured to 
>produce the output file 
>The project cannot be built.
>And the eyes of them both were opened and they saw that their files
>were world readable and writable, so they chmoded 600 their files.
>     - Book of Installation chapt 3 sec 7
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