it seems that to compile correctly, I have to compile the thirdparty libraries for visual studio 2010.
has anyone done this? I was looking at the folder, and it is a massive amount of libraries.
if not, I guess, I’ll try to do them, but it is so many of them… I’ll have to go one by one, I guess.
Any comments, suggestions, ideas?
To be honest… it seems that this will take me too long. I don’t think I have the time to do it. I’m frustrated.
For libraries that are primarily C-based (as opposed to C+±based), you can probably get away with the VC9 version. Unlike the C++ ABI, which Microsoft changes with every new compiler release, the C ABI hasn’t changed substantially in decades.
For libraries that are primarily C+±based, you will almost certainly need to recompile them.
But most of the libraries are actually C-based, I think. So you don’t need to recompile everything. I couldn’t tell you off the top of my head which ones will be troublesome, though.