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jdxsolutions at gmail.com
Sat Feb 11 16:25:12 CET 2012
>> No, that is not really the reason.
>> The reason is that Microsoft no longer supports C, only C++.
> Compilation in Visual Studio would be *extremely* useful, not only for me but for many people.
I'd love it to build in VC++ as much as anyone but it sounds like the
changes are quite significant. There's a difference between making
small fixes and having to re-write big parts. Perhaps it was a bad
decision in the first place not to support VC++ but that's irrelevant
Would I be right thinking that changes for a _full_ VC++ buildable
version are significant enough, and potentially controversial enough,
that they should be fork rather than a patch?
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