digitalmars.D.learn - Build errors and VS Macros for Build Commands
- Chris Pons (23/23) Mar 15 2012 I've been playing around with VS Macros trying to step away from
I've been playing around with VS Macros trying to step away from explicit declarations of library locations. I'm using a google repository as I would like to be able to work on projects either at my desktop or laptop without having to worry about specific library path locations. I tried using a macro like $(SolutionDir) or $(ProjectDir) to specify the current location of the projects but I keep getting this error when building: ------ Build started: Project: STDSU, Configuration: Debug Win32 ------ Building Debug\STDSU.exe... Error: cannot read file C:\Users\CP\Documents\Visual.d Building Debug\STDSU.exe failed! Details saved as "file://C:\Users\CP\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\D\STDS\Debug\STDSU.buildlog.html" ========== Build: 0 succeeded, 1 failed, 0 up-to-date, 0 skipped ========== However, if I specify a library location explicitly it all compiles just fine. If the location of my VS solution was: C:\Users\CP\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\D\STDS I would assume $(SolutionDir) would be equivalent. What am I missing?
Mar 15 2012