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Paul Ohmart
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      10-12-2003
I want to use xerces c++, binary release 2_3_0, on W2k with VC++ 6.0.

The header files in the include directory all use include statements
of the form: #include <xercesc/util/XercesDefs.hpp>. The sample
projects have all these header files listed in the "External
Dependencies" directory of the project.

Clearly "<xercesc/..." is the xercesc directory in the distribution
file hierarchy but I am unable to understand how I define "xercesc" to
my vc++ project or how I get all the header files into the project
under the External Dependencies directory. Clearly I am missing some
fundamental idea here but I can't seem to find any documentation that
addresses this.

Can anyone direct me to where this is documented or explain how to get
off the ground? Thanks in advance.
 
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Ross
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      10-12-2003
Paul Ohmart pulled a bright blue crayon out of the box and scribbled this
in news:(E-Mail Removed) om:

> I want to use xerces c++, binary release 2_3_0, on W2k with VC++ 6.0.
>
> The header files in the include directory all use include statements
> of the form: #include <xercesc/util/XercesDefs.hpp>. The sample
> projects have all these header files listed in the "External
> Dependencies" directory of the project.
>
> Clearly "<xercesc/..." is the xercesc directory in the distribution
> file hierarchy but I am unable to understand how I define "xercesc" to
> my vc++ project or how I get all the header files into the project
> under the External Dependencies directory. Clearly I am missing some
> fundamental idea here but I can't seem to find any documentation that
> addresses this.


I have forgotten the exact location of the menu item as I haven't used
Visual Studio 6 for over two years, but you need to set the environment
variables in an options dialog box. You need to supply a list of paths to
the xerces include and static library directories.

> Can anyone direct me to where this is documented or explain how to get
> off the ground? Thanks in advance.


It is one of those silly M$ things that are not very well documented.

R.

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"I'm less of a neurotic perfectionist than I was. But I don't think
that anyone who has done good work in their life isn't a perfectionist.
You have to be."
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Andy Fish
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      10-13-2003
go to project/settings
then click the c/c++ tab
then drop down the 'category' box and select 'preprocessor'
then there's a text box for include directories

"Ross" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Paul Ohmart pulled a bright blue crayon out of the box and scribbled this
> in news:(E-Mail Removed) om:
>
> > I want to use xerces c++, binary release 2_3_0, on W2k with VC++ 6.0.
> >
> > The header files in the include directory all use include statements
> > of the form: #include <xercesc/util/XercesDefs.hpp>. The sample
> > projects have all these header files listed in the "External
> > Dependencies" directory of the project.
> >
> > Clearly "<xercesc/..." is the xercesc directory in the distribution
> > file hierarchy but I am unable to understand how I define "xercesc" to
> > my vc++ project or how I get all the header files into the project
> > under the External Dependencies directory. Clearly I am missing some
> > fundamental idea here but I can't seem to find any documentation that
> > addresses this.

>
> I have forgotten the exact location of the menu item as I haven't used
> Visual Studio 6 for over two years, but you need to set the environment
> variables in an options dialog box. You need to supply a list of paths to
> the xerces include and static library directories.
>
> > Can anyone direct me to where this is documented or explain how to get
> > off the ground? Thanks in advance.

>
> It is one of those silly M$ things that are not very well documented.
>
> R.
>
> --
> "I'm less of a neurotic perfectionist than I was. But I don't think
> that anyone who has done good work in their life isn't a perfectionist.
> You have to be."
> -- John Cleese



 
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