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QuestionEVC++ dummy target Pin
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I know I'm going way, way back here, but maybe someone here has done this a long time ago.... I have a multiplatform project I support - the older platforms use EVC++ 4.0 to build the application, the newer platform uses VS2008 Professional.

In VS2008, I can create a folder, add many subprojects into it, and compile all of them by simply right mouse clicking on the folder and select Build. In effect, the folder is a dummy target, and VS2008 just knows how to build the proper dependency tree.

I'd like to do the same in EVC++, but it has no folder option at the project / workspace level. I can create a simple project and establish dependencies to the subprojects, but EVC++ insists on having an output target of some type.

Anyone know how to fake out EVC++? I know I'm grasping here Smile | :) If I were back in Unix land, I'd just edit my make file and create the dummy target manually. Hmmm, possibilities here.
Charlie Gilley

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