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2016-09-30When building with MSVC some of the header file stuff is only relevant in ↵John Emmas
early versions (e.g. VC8)
2016-08-19Move 'round()' / 'trunc()' etc so that they won't conflict with any versions ↵John Emmas
already available in MSVC
2016-08-19'roundf()' wasn't introduced in MSVC until VS2013 - so for the time being, ↵John Emmas
let's emulate it using 'floorf()'
2016-05-28Emulate 'log1p()' and 'expm1()' using 'log()' and 'exp()'John Emmas
(for MSVC which didn't implement those functions until very recent versions).
2016-05-03MSVC won't compile 'const float _demolition[]' because it uses 'divide by ↵John Emmas
zero' while initializing Hopefully we can use INFINITY and NAN for the relevant initializers ?
2015-12-23Move the preprocessor directive GTKMM_ATKMM_ENABLED so it'll get #defined at ↵John Emmas
an earlier stage When building any program that uses Gtkmm (with Atkmm support) ALL modules need to agree about the status of GTKMM_ATKMM_ENABLED. Otherwise 'Gtk::Widget' can have different sizes in different modules. If that happens we can end up with all manner of inexplicable run-time crashes and hangs. GTKMM_ATKMM_ENABLED gets #defined in 'gtkmmconfig.h'. So let's #include that file at the earliest possible opportunity (where we know it'll then have a consistent value for every compilation unit).
2015-04-24For MSVC builds, implement 'rint()' and 'rintf()' to supplement the ones ↵John Emmas
that were already implemented
2015-02-13When building with MSVC add a couple of new pragmas to cut down on the most ↵John Emmas
frequent compiler warnings, namely:- 1) C4244 (conversion loses data) - e.g. when re-assigning a var of (say) int64_t to a lesser type, such as int32_t 2) C4275 (an exported class was derived from a class which is not exportable) - e.g. when deriving classes from std::set, std::exception or some other class which isn't declared with 'dllexport'
2015-01-10Add support for the C99 function 'log2()' which is newly needed by ↵John Emmas
'gtk2_ardour/' (but isn't available from MSVC). These changes are MSVC specific and shouldn't affect the other builds. (incidentally, libpbd already offers a function called 'fast_log2()'. Not sure if that could have been used instead...)
2014-10-31Use precise define names for LV2 version configure checks.David Robillard
2014-10-08MSVC - add support for 'HAVE_NEW_LV2'John Emmas
(after updating to the latest versions of serd, sord, sratom and lilv)
2014-06-04Change the function signature for 'abs(int64_t)' (Windows) so that it ↵John Emmas
doesn't conflict with more recent versions of MSVC
2014-04-14Now that we can build with VST support, make sure our MSVC build knows about itJohn Emmas
2014-03-18When finding (MSVC built) panner DLLs, make sure we only find ones that ↵John Emmas
match our build target Will most likely also need to get done for similarly "discovered" DLLs (backends / surfaces etc). TBC
2014-01-13Add provision for building 'libtimecode' as a DLL (MSVC build)John Emmas
2014-01-13Check in some minor modifications (to MSVC specific headers)John Emmas
2013-10-06Miscellaneous additions to 'msvc_extra_headers'John Emmas
2013-09-25Define 'suseconds_t' which isn't normally defined for WindowsJohn Emmas
2013-08-27Modify 'ardourext/misc.h' so that it only uses C++ constructs when the ↵John Emmas
compilation is cplusplus
2013-08-26Minor tweaks to MSVC build (hopefully of little consequence)John Emmas
2013-08-04'libs/ardour' - Main body of changes required for building with MSVCJohn Emmas
2013-07-25'libs/midi++2' - Modify to be buildable with MSVCJohn Emmas
2013-07-24Add an empty 'unistd.h' to stop the compiler complaining when it gets ↵John Emmas
unnecessarily #included
2013-07-20Modify 'libs/vamp-plugins' to be buildable with MSVCJohn Emmas
2013-07-17JOHNE - remove my earlier test fileJohn Emmas
2013-07-17Merge branch 'windows' of into windowsJohn Emmas
2013-07-17JOHNE - Testing to see if I have write access to the repoJohn Emmas
2013-07-17Miscellaneous header files (needed for building libpbd with MSVC)John Emmas