I tried to build jedit.exe of jEditLauncher and got a way with the
I did 3 things.
- Opened jEditLauncher.sln with Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition and
followed the automatic conversion steps.
- Tweaked jeditexe.rc with ResEdit <http://www.resedit.net> since I
got an error at #include "afxres.h" which is not included in
- Updated jedit.ico with the updated onein trunk.
Only one concern is that jEditCfg can't be built with Express Edition.
An error occurs at #include "atlbase.h", and I gave up here since I
don't need jEditCfg now.
I can build jedit.exe and it works fine.
Would you catch up these changes? Or, can I just commit these by myself?
Sebastian Schuberth wrote:
> I usually prefer to keep committed VS projects / solution at a rather
> "old" file format so they can be used by more people. And the import
> into a newer version is rather trivial, as you know.
I agree. I'll keep them unchanged.
>> An error occurs at #include "atlbase.h", and I gave up here since I
>> don't need jEditCfg now.
> It should build OK even with the Express Edition if you install the
> freely available Platform SDK (and adjust the include paths
Thanks. I'll try that if I want jEditCfg.
>> Would you catch up these changes? Or, can I just commit these by myself?
> I'm not really involved into the jEditLauncher development anymore, as
> I lost interest in it for various reasons. So if you already have
> repository access, I think you should go ahead and commit the changes
OK, I see.