At 08:53 PM 28/01/2005, you wrote:
> > >The attached MSVC project file was posted on ACC in this thread:
> > >http://www.allegro.cc/forums/view_thread.php?_id=453859#target
> > >
> > >I personally have no idea how one would use this though... so if
> > someone
> > >could take a look at this?
> > i did.
> > without a directory tree, and some basic setup info, or a text file
> > describing the presumptions made about environment; that file alone is
> > not
> > easy to work with.
> > it might be better (and a lot safer) if it were documented; and/or part
> > of
> > a package.
>Thanks. Do you think you can describe how to use it and set it up, and that
>with such documentation, it would be a valuable addition to Allegro?
>Should probably ask Tobing if he can provide documentation for it as well.
personally i have not compiled allegro from a msvc project file...
last i read; you still had to run some command line stuff to get the asm
therefore compiling allegro from the command line is still a much easier
way for newbies to compile allegro.
until the msvc project file build is completely self contained (ie no
requirement to use command line) i think it should remain a "topic for
i will add request to that a.cc post for tobing to provide sufficient info
so that an advanced user can get it going; then after much refinement i
think we can introduce it to the newbies.
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