[Ecls-list] [spam?] Compiling with msvc

Goffioul Michael goffioul at imec.be
Tue Dec 12 08:29:42 UTC 2006

> Recenty I have some problems with compiling with mcvs (I am 
> sure that this worked fine before). Recently means >= 9.i
> The error i get is something about _errno no be defined.
> Google told me that this happens if different c-runtimes are 
> being mixed.
> I saw in the logs that for whatever reason while compiling 
> gc.lib the parameter /MD is replaced with /ML.
> I fixed this by the following changing of the order of 
> parameters in the makefile.
> {$(srcdir)}.c{}.obj:
>  $(cc) $(cdebug) $(cflags) $(cvars)
> $(MFLAGS) -I$(srcdir)\include -DSILENT 
> .cpp.obj:
>  $(cc) $(cdebug) $(cflags) $(cvars)
> $(MFLAGS) -I$(srcdir)\include -DSILENT 
> $(THREADS_FLAGS) $*.CPP /Fo$*.obj
> For whatever reason in the cvars is a /ML

cvars is defined in ntwin32.mak from your MSVC installation. This
used to work on my system, because cvars does not contain /ML
(which is the default for VC98).

> Anybody else with this probelm?
> How else to assure the right c-runtime library?

Everything should be compiled with the /MD flag.


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