digitalmars.D.learn - Build errors and VS Macros for Build Commands
- Chris Pons (23/23) Mar 15 2012 I've been playing around with ...
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