Third-Party components - Important note for Windows

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Third-Party components - Important note for Windows

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All third-party components you compile on your own must be copied into the SDK specific structure.
Let`s assume you have compiled the third-party libraries for Visual Studio 6 with service pack 6, then you have to create a folder named vs6sp6 below the third-party folder of the SDK (e.g.: sdk\third-party\win32\vs6sp6\openssl and sdk\third-party\win32\vs6sp6\libxml2).
It is quite the same for all other supported Visual Studio IDEs (e.g.: sdk\third-party\win64\vs2010sp1\openssl and sdk\third-party\win64\vs2010sp1\libxml2).

Use the following third-party file structure depending on the used compiler:
  • win32\vs6sp6\...
  • win32\mingw\...
  • win32\vs2005sp1\...
  • win32\vs2008sp1\...
  • win32\vs2010sp1\...
  • win64\vs2008sp1\...
  • win64\vs2010sp1\...
  • wince\vs2008sp1\...
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