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This is it, but I don't think it will be of much help. In order to use "/USEENV", I first have to execute the batch file: 'vcvars32.bat'. If I execute it fromt he command line, things work fine, but when I call it in my script they don't
sub Build { my $vcvars32 = 'VCVARS32.BAT'; system ($vcvars32); $command = join("", "msdev ", "$workspace", "\\", "$projectname ", + "\/MAKE ", "\"$name ", "\- ", "$activeconfiguration\" ", "\/REBUILD +\/OUT ", "$workspace\\", "$log_name ", "\/USEENV"); $start = localtime time; print "\nProcessing build..."; system "$command"; print "Done\n"; $finish = localtime time; }

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