#94 Support for MS VC++ Compiler

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2014-11-03
2002-12-16
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Hi,
is it posible to add support for the MS VC++ Compiler
because MingW dosen't support
DirectShow?

Greetz
Michael

Discussion

  • k accand

    k accand - 2002-12-22

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    I'd like to second this. Supporting VC++ and BC++ shouldn't
    be too difficult, because in both cases you're just shelling out
    to a different executable (which is already possible). It's just
    a matter of getting all the "hidden" compiler switches (as set
    in the options) right. There's a bare-bones VC++ compiler in
    the .NET Framework SDK (free download from MS) which
    shows most of the switches. You could probably support C#
    that way too.

     
  • Benjamin Kerensa

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    yeah more MS C++ support!

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    But hey, arent Borland and MS compilers property of Borland
    and MS? :) Can we just add them to this project with no risk
    of further legal complications?

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    they could easily goto the MSDN and many other sites with
    plenty of skelton code for adding MS VC++ compiling support
    so we dont have to go and edit tons of code and then compile
    it but lately it seems they arent intrested in listening to us.

     

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