Only Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 is supported. Also, Perl 5 is required; the executable must be on your PATH.
To build on the command line, ensure that the directories
nmake are in your path,
typically by executing
path C:/Program Files/Microsoft Visual Studio/Common/MSDev98/Bin; C:/Program Files/Microsoft Visual Studio/VC98/Bin;%path%
(all in one long line) then run the command:
To build using the Visual
Studio GUI, open the workspace
SP.dsw and build the
Win32 Release configuration of the
project. You must first do a command-line build, however, to get
the perl-generated files.
The messages issued by the OpenSP programs have been translated
(currently German and Swedish are supported). Although it is not
yet possible to select the language at runtime under Windows, it
is possible to select the language at build time. To do so, you
have to set the variable
sp-generate.mak to one of the following values:
enfor English (default)
After that you have to regenerate all
Use the autoconf support.