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#1: binary-tools.zip

Posted on 2011-06-08 09:16:13 by Lester Caine

Pierre - I've been having problems with the VS2008 tool chain on the Vista box,
so I'm staring again clean on a new Windows7 box.

Question 1 ... should we stay with VS2008 or will VS2010 work - with SDK6.1? My
embarcadero tool chain has already updated to SDK7 and while none of my own
legacy C++ code will compile yet I don't think I am tied to any particular version.

Main problem though is access to binary-tools.zip which is still showing as down
because of the security problem. I have a copy here from 2 years ago, and I
assume that it's the same?

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#2: Re: binary-tools.zip

Posted on 2011-06-09 13:40:28 by Lester Caine

Lester Caine wrote:
> Pierre - I've been having problems with the VS2008 tool chain on the
> Vista box, so I'm staring again clean on a new Windows7 box.
>
> Question 1 ... should we stay with VS2008 or will VS2010 work - with
> SDK6.1? My embarcadero tool chain has already updated to SDK7 and while
> none of my own legacy C++ code will compile yet I don't think I am tied
> to any particular version.
>
> Main problem though is access to binary-tools.zip which is still showing
> as down because of the security problem. I have a copy here from 2 years
> ago, and I assume that it's the same?

Anybody using VS2010 for this?
I've got the installation stuff up to date. Now I'm left with the compile ones
and I'd rather not be a couple of years behind to start with.

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#3: Re: binary-tools.zip

Posted on 2011-06-09 13:43:33 by Pierre Joye

On Thu, Jun 9, 2011 at 1:40 PM, Lester Caine <lester@lsces.co.uk> wrote:
> Lester Caine wrote:
>>
>> Pierre - I've been having problems with the VS2008 tool chain on the
>> Vista box, so I'm staring again clean on a new Windows7 box.
>>
>> Question 1 ... should we stay with VS2008 or will VS2010 work - with
>> SDK6.1? My embarcadero tool chain has already updated to SDK7 and while
>> none of my own legacy C++ code will compile yet I don't think I am tied
>> to any particular version.
>>
>> Main problem though is access to binary-tools.zip which is still showing
>> as down because of the security problem. I have a copy here from 2 years
>> ago, and I assume that it's the same?
>
> Anybody using VS2010 for this?
> I've got the installation stuff up to date. Now I'm left with the compile
> ones and I'd rather not be a couple of years behind to start with.

This is the wrong list to ask such questions. Secondly, vc10 is not
what we use for the official PHP builds, while it is fully supported
(builds with it just fine).

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#4: Re: binary-tools.zip

Posted on 2011-06-09 14:19:46 by Lester Caine

Pierre Joye wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 9, 2011 at 1:40 PM, Lester Caine<lester@lsces.co.uk> wrote:
>> Lester Caine wrote:
>>>
>>> Pierre - I've been having problems with the VS2008 tool chain on the
>>> Vista box, so I'm staring again clean on a new Windows7 box.
>>>
>>> Question 1 ... should we stay with VS2008 or will VS2010 work - with
>>> SDK6.1? My embarcadero tool chain has already updated to SDK7 and while
>>> none of my own legacy C++ code will compile yet I don't think I am tied
>>> to any particular version.
>>>
>>> Main problem though is access to binary-tools.zip which is still showing
>>> as down because of the security problem. I have a copy here from 2 years
>>> ago, and I assume that it's the same?
>>
>> Anybody using VS2010 for this?
>> I've got the installation stuff up to date. Now I'm left with the compile
>> ones and I'd rather not be a couple of years behind to start with.
>
> This is the wrong list to ask such questions.
Correct list? Please ... this is the only windows php list I'm registered with.

> Secondly, vc10 is not
> what we use for the official PHP builds, while it is fully supported
> (builds with it just fine).
So use VS2010 but with SDK6.1? Or would you recommend sticking with VS2008 for
now? I'm starting clean on this machine so I'm happy to go with what is
recommended here.

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#5: Re: binary-tools.zip

Posted on 2011-06-09 14:29:14 by Pierre Joye

On Thu, Jun 9, 2011 at 2:19 PM, Lester Caine <lester@lsces.co.uk> wrote:
> Pierre Joye wrote:
>>
>> On Thu, Jun 9, 2011 at 1:40 PM, Lester Caine<lester@lsces.co.uk> =A0wrot=
e:
>>>
>>> Lester Caine wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Pierre - I've been having problems with the VS2008 tool chain on the
>>>> Vista box, so I'm staring again clean on a new Windows7 box.
>>>>
>>>> Question 1 ... should we stay with VS2008 or will VS2010 work - with
>>>> SDK6.1? My embarcadero tool chain has already updated to SDK7 and whil=
e
>>>> none of my own legacy C++ code will compile yet I don't think I am tie=
d
>>>> to any particular version.
>>>>
>>>> Main problem though is access to binary-tools.zip which is still showi=
ng
>>>> as down because of the security problem. I have a copy here from 2 yea=
rs
>>>> ago, and I assume that it's the same?
>>>
>>> Anybody using VS2010 for this?
>>> I've got the installation stuff up to date. Now I'm left with the compi=
le
>>> ones and I'd rather not be a couple of years behind to start with.
>>
>> This is the wrong list to ask such questions.
>
> Correct list? Please ... this is the only windows php list I'm registered
> with.

The php windows internals list is the right list.

>> Secondly, vc10 is not
>>
>> what we use for the official PHP builds, while it is fully supported
>> (builds with it just fine).
>
> So use VS2010 but with SDK6.1? Or would you recommend sticking with VS200=
8
> for now? I'm starting clean on this machine so I'm happy to go with what =
is
> recommended here.

PHP uses VC9 yes. SDK 6.1 comes with VC9 (you do not need to install
Visual studio to compile PHP).

VC10 is supported with the PSDK 7.x. However I have doubts about the
stability of both vc10 and the recent SDKs right now, there are many
issues happening with the latest updates and do not make us confident
enough to move to it for 5.4.

Cheers,
--=20
Pierre

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