Le 14 févr. 2018 02:24, "Gerald Combs" <ger...@wireshark.org> a écrit :

On 2/13/18 8:26 AM, Anders Broman wrote:
> For what it's worth I have been building and distributing for VS 2017 for
almost a year on Win7
> Cygwin and python set up as per developers guide from way back.
> I have the following batch script I run in my cmd window
> **********************************************************************
> ** Visual Studio 2017 Developer Command Prompt v15.5.6
> ** Copyright (c) 2017 Microsoft Corporation
> **********************************************************************
> [vcvarsall.bat] Environment initialized for: 'x64'
> set CYGWIN=nodosfilewarning
> set WIRESHARK_BASE_DIR=C:\Development
> set QT5_BASE_DIR=C:\Qt\5.9.4\msvc2017_64
> set PATH=path=%PATH%;C:\cygwin64\bin;C:\Program
> Then
> cmake -DENABLE_CHM_GUIDES=on -G "Visual Studio 15 Win64" ..\wireshark
> and
> msbuild /m /p:Configuration=RelWithDebInfo Wireshark.sln 2>&1 > log.txt

Is there any reason we shouldn't switch to VS 2017 before the 2.6 release?
It's installed on the main and PD Windows builders.

The availability of a 32bits Qt package for MSVC2017? I would find it a bit
weird to use MSVC2015 for the x86 binary and MSVC2017 for the x64 one.
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