On 3/24/2011 12:26 AM, Diederick C. Niehorster wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> To clarify, John is not suggesting removing all VS2008 project files.
> The current situation however is that we have up-to-date VS2008 files
> at /VisualStudio/2008 and non-up-to-date, deprecated VS2008 files at
> /VisualStudio2008 and /VisualStudio2008Static.
The rearrangement seems fine to me. I guess the README
or install notes might need a tweak in case the windows
build directions change as a result of the modification.
> John was asking for the lists opinion regarding deleting the latter two.
> I suggested this as:
> - they are no longer up to date
> - I guess we would not want to have duplicate project files in the
> upcoming release (few months away), especially if one of the two files
> doesn't work (doesn't build everything) anymore.
> So given that, would you be okay with removing the old versions? I'm
> keepingth ones at /VisualStudio/2008 up to date.
> On Thu, Mar 24, 2011 at 12:14, Chris Marshall<chm@...> wrote:
>> I like the subdirectories. How much work is it
>> to update the VS2008 compiling? How many folks
>> are still using VS2008? If it is not too
>> difficult, I would vote for keeping them for
>> another release cycle.