szekerest at GMAIL.COM
Mon Mar 19 17:04:24 EDT 2007
If you have no VS 2005 installed on your target computer you should
try to compile mapserver/mapscript without the /debug options. You
might also have to replace /Zi with /Ox in nmake.opt.
Alternatively you might install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2005
PS: There's no need to manually embed the manifests into the
executables of the VS2005 builds any more. I've updated the necessary
changes to the CVS-HEAD and Branch-4-10 so this operation should be
executed automatically during the builds.
2007/3/19, Hallgren Johan E <jhhal at wmdata.com>:
> I have compile MapServer on windows version 4.10
> What ever I'm doing I have problems when moving the code to an other
> computer. While using Dependency Walker on libmap.dll it reports that
> MSVCR80.dll and MSVCP80.dll are missing. I thougth those should be installed
> with DotNet 2.0. Must the dll-s be included at the runtime dir?
> I tries the shp2img.exe but it also fails.
> Johan Hallgren
> Pelle Bergs backe 3
> Box 1938, 791 19 Falun
> Tel (och mobil): 023-547 46 (int: +46-2354746)johan.e.hallgren at wmdata.com
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