From: Alexey Pakhunov (alexeypa_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-08-03 03:54:59
Andrey Melnikov wrote:
> So for BB it doesn't matter if we use /XP32, /SRV32 or /2000 switch,
> because compiler settings will indeed be the same. So we can always
> pass the same /XP32 /DEBUG values there, can't we?
I completely missed this. Indeed, the only switches we need are /XP32,
/XP64 and /SRV64.
> If we want _WINNT etc to be defined, then we'll have to define it
> ourselves using <platform> feature. So the feature will work for all
> configurations and compiler versions, not only for PSDK builds.
> So I think we can safely postpone <mspsdk-platform> for now. It isn't
> that important.
Agree. I can only add that the '<platform>' feature in this context is
in fact just a BBv2 'variant'. It can be implemented as a separate item.
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