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Building Poco C++ on Visual Studio 2010

Posted on 2010-11-16
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Hi Experts,
Does anyone know how to build Poco C++ for VS2010?  There is a build for V9, but it fails for 2010.
(see http://pocoproject.org)

Thank you,
Mike
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I've never used this library but if you post the error you're getting we may be able to diagnose and resolve.
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I found the problem - I needed to use one of the non-release builds - this version built without a hitch on VS2010.
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VS2010 was too new, a current build was the easiest way to build Poco.
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