I hope this is the right group - this is a command line issue, not a IDE
one, but it seems the closest since it's the equivalent of an in-IDE action
I've just installed RAD Studio 2007 (and it's great!) - everything works
smoothly so far. My projects build, third-party components installed, all
is looking good. What I'm trying to do now is the final step, getting a
command line build script working.
When I try to build via the command line, with a command like so:
msbuild MyProj.dproj /t:Clean
I get an error saying:
C:\projects\MyProj.dproj(75,11): error MSB4019
: The imported project
Delphi.Targets" was not found. Confirm that the path in the
is correct, and that the file exists on disk.
Sure enough when I look in C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v2.0.50727,
the file doesn't exist. Nor can I find itelsewhere on the computer. The
same thing happens for C++ projects, only looking for Borland.Cpp.Targets.
That folder does have Microsoft .targets files, just no Borland ones.
I am running using the provided Codegear command line that sets its
environment variables. I have all updates and hotfixes applied, right up to
the ilink patch that appeared the other day. I'm running Vista64, and
running with or without admin privileges makes no difference (not
surprising, since the files don't exist, but one old QC report similar to
this was a privileges issue.)
I even tried looking on the installation DVD to find the files in one of the
zipped installation files, but I don't know which one has it, and lots have
a password so I can't get in anyway.
So, um... any help will be greatly appreciated!
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Tuesday 25th September 2012