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This is the vcproj2cmake project ("vcproj2cmake")
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Elaborate Visual Studio .vcxproj / .vcproj projects to CMakeLists.txt converter, enabling Makefile or Ninja or IDE builds, i.e. full multi-platform CMake functionality (Linux, Mac, Windows...). Live Update capability: supports side-by-side tracking of evolving original proj files. Script hooks for static CMake defs, powerful definition-to-variable mappings. Access to project data content is via git repository _only_ (it's a developer infrastructure project, thus alternatives are less suitable). Be aware of several branches available for checkout (git branch -a): "experimental_unverified" is for the daring (to start with current most featureful code), while usability of "experimental" always gets hardened via a large build. Instructions to be found in README.txt - for ad-hoc access see Browse Code button (experimental_unverified head) -, then attempt guided installation on a .vc[x]proj-based source tree, via install_me_fully_guided.rb . Development cooperation welcome!!
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