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From:Jim Wallace Date:May 19 2010 11:10am
Subject:RE: MsSql++ with 2010
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We recently migrated MySQL++ 3.0.8 from VS2005 to VS2010 with no problems just letting VS
convert the project files.

-----Original Message-----
From: Warren Young [mailto:mysqlpp@stripped] 
Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2010 8:14 PM
To: MySQL++ Mailing List
Subject: Re: MsSql++ with 2010

On 5/6/2010 6:58 AM, Omer Bacharach wrote:
> Hi, I'm trying to compile MsSql++ on visual studio 2010.

It seems there are bugs in the Visual Studio 2010 project conversion wizard.

Perhaps you can stick with VC++ 2008 until we get the build issues 
sorted out.  If not, you can probably build up a solution and project 
set from scratch.  I don't see any C++ portability issues among the 
errors you get with the automated conversion, suggesting that the 
problems are all due to build system issues, not things that require 
changes to MySQL++ proper.

It'll take quite a bit of work to support VS2010 natively since this 
version completely changes out the underlying build system for C++ 
projects.  They now use the same MSBuild system as CLR projects, not the 
old hardcoded-in-the-IDE system of past releases.  Bakefile doesn't 
speak MSBuild yet.

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MsSql++ with 2010Omer Bacharach6 May
  • Re: MsSql++ with 2010Warren Young19 May
    • RE: MsSql++ with 2010Jim Wallace19 May
      • Re: MsSql++ with 2010Warren Young19 May
        • RE: MsSql++ with 2010Jim Wallace19 May
          • Re: MsSql++ with 2010Warren Young20 May