From: Jurko GospodnetiÄ (jurko.gospodnetic_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-06-04 15:22:38
> Jurko Gospodnetic' wrote:
>> I have just upgraded the msvc toolset a bit so it supports some
>> stripped down MSVC 8.0+ distributions like the MSVC express 9.0 version
>> distributed with the Microsoft Platform SDK that come without the
>> vcvarsall.bat script.
> Hm... So how come the vc9express I downloaded, installed, and use
> everyday came with a vcvarsall.bat (and so does the vc8express that my
> fellow programmer uses every day).
Ok, looked it up on the net. It seems the current Platform SDK
actually comes with something called Visual Studio 9.0 standard compiler
tools. That includes the compiler (but without the optimizer!? :-)) and
it seems that distribution does not contain the vcvarsall.bat script.
Unfortunately this product installs itself in the same folder structure
as does the MSVC 2008 express edition. :-)
When you install a stand-alone MSVC 2008 express edition - you get
the vcvarsall.bat file.
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