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QuestionCompiling with VS2010 Pin
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I recently switched to VS2010 and its a big pain. I understand it is more standards compliant etc., but it also seems incredibly fragile. The linker crashes often, the thing that compiled fine yesterday won't compile today, despite me not changing anything. If I leave my compilation running while locking the computer VS2010 crashes. All in all the whole product seems flaky.

Anyway to specifics:

How can I get rid of the MSB8012 warning? Why does MS insist on thinking it knows what I want better than I do? Output a DLL to a non-standard location and it starts freaking out. Also doesn't seem to like relative paths much in these settings.

Is there a way to turn off the use of the path macros?

I also keep getting:

error LNK1318: Unexpected PDB error; ACCESS_DENIED (15)

Even though the PDB in question is for a different product and nothing is using it and it isn't read-only.

Any one know anything about that?


Bring back VS6! Roll eyes | :rolleyes:
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