Configuration files such as curl_config.h and all config-*.h no longer exist nor are generated/copied into 'src' directory, now these only exist in 'lib' directory from where curl tool sources uses them. Additionally old src/setup.h has been refactored into src/tool_setup.h which now pulls lib/setup.h The possibility of a makefile needing an include path adjustment exists.
maketgz and buildconf.bat updated to reflect this.
Adam Light posted this patch to the list which enables builds from git with VC versions other than vc6; also he added a vc10 target.
It passes the git log output through 'log2changes.pl' to produce the lot.
… when libcurl is used with other projects which also have a config.h.
… included in the release archive - by using our .dist suffix trick.
…ketgz' now use the actual makefile targets to do the VC8 and VC9 makefiles.
building with VC8 to get the "manifest" embedded to make fine stand-alone binaries. The maketgz and the src/Makefile.vc6 files were adjusted accordingly.
…e correct machine type too.
…ile.vc8 makefiles that are included in the source release archives, generated from the Makefile.vc6 files by the maketgz script. I also modified the root Makefile to have a VC variable that defaults to vc6 but can be overridden to allow it to be used for vc8 as well. Like this: nmake VC=vc8 vc
…ckage. This is meant to primarily be used for the autobuilds to know from what point in time a particular tarball is, and thus what changes it contains (or not).
reported, the define is used by the configure script and is assumed to use the 0xYYXXZZ format. This made "curl-config --vernum" fail in the 7.15.0 release version.
--vernum output wasn't zero prefixed properly (as claimed in documentation). This is fixed in maketgz now.
patch number zero.
well. Removed the depedency on perl.