[Proj] Eric Miller VB Wrapper +nadgrids=
EMiller at dfg.ca.gov
Thu Jun 21 11:57:20 EST 2012
I haven't used that library for some time. But, if you want to compile it with VC, you don't want to include anything having to do with MINGW. So, probably a separate Makefile is in order. VC comes with the NMAKE tool to perform the make operation. But, you'll probably need a few more changes to the makefile. You might look at the Makefile.vc that ships with proj.4 for an example of how a library is built with VC. Although, that is probably more complicated than this case warrants.
>>> On 6/21/2012 at 8:45 AM, stevejking <stevejking at talktalk.net> wrote:
> I finally got around to playing with this again. Installed Visual Studio C++.
> And complied the current proj4 binaries using nmake. I've also installed
> I'd like to recompile Eric Millers proj_api.dll VBA linker. Wonder if you
> (or anyone) would mind providing instruction on how to use your makefile to
> produce the proj_api.dll. Aside from changing the following:
> EXTRA_INCLUDES = -I. -I../proj-4.4.7/src
> EXTRA_INCLUDES = -I. -I../proj-4.8.0/src
> and removing --mno-cygwin
> I've added the path C:\MinGW\bin as an Environment Variable.
> Do I need any other files, or to move any files?
> What do I type? mingw32-make ?
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