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configure: error out on unsupported MSVC versions

The FATE tests for MSVC versions older than 2013 are untested in FATE
and apparently are no longer supported.

This commit makes the configure process error out in case an older version
is used, and suggests to use a supported version of MSVC to compile.

This also changes the documentation to reflect this.

As discussed on IRC:

2018-05-12 19:45:16     jamrial then again, most of those were for old msvc, and i think we're not supporting versions older than 2013 (first one c99 compliant) anymore
2018-05-12 19:45:43     +JEEB   yea, I think 2013 update 2 is needed

22:53 <@atomnuker> nevcairiel: which commit broke/unsupported support for msvc 2013?
23:23 <@atomnuker> okay, it was JEEB
23:25 <+JEEB> which was for 2012 and older
23:25 <+JEEB> and IIRC we no longer test those in FATE so that was my assumption
23:26 <+JEEB> 2013 is when MS got trolled enough to actually update their C part
23:26 <+JEEB> aand actually advertised FFmpeg support
23:26 <+JEEB> (although it was semi-failing until VS2013 update 1 or 2)

Signed-off-by: Rostislav Pehlivanov <atomnuker@gmail.com>
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Rostislav Pehlivanov 2018-05-15 00:53:26 +01:00
parent 5dfeb7f081
commit ce943dd6ac
2 changed files with 4 additions and 15 deletions

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@ -3988,8 +3988,7 @@ case "$toolchain" in
cc_default="cl"
cxx_default="cl"
else
cc_default="c99wrap cl"
cxx_default="c99wrap cl"
die "Unsupported MSVC version (2013 or newer required)"
fi
ld_default="$source_path/compat/windows/mslink"
nm_default="dumpbin -symbols"

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@ -148,16 +148,11 @@ To target 32 bits replace @code{x86_64} with @code{i686} in the command above.
@section Microsoft Visual C++ or Intel C++ Compiler for Windows
FFmpeg can be built with MSVC 2012 or earlier using a C99-to-C89 conversion utility
and wrapper, or with MSVC 2013 and ICL natively.
FFmpeg can be built with MSVC 2013 or later.
You will need the following prerequisites:
@itemize
@item @uref{https://github.com/libav/c99-to-c89/, C99-to-C89 Converter & Wrapper}
(if using MSVC 2012 or earlier)
@item @uref{http://code.google.com/p/msinttypes/, msinttypes}
(if using MSVC 2012 or earlier)
@item @uref{http://msys2.github.io/, MSYS2}
@item @uref{http://www.nasm.us/, NASM}
(Also available via MSYS2's package manager.)
@ -166,16 +161,13 @@ You will need the following prerequisites:
To set up a proper environment in MSYS2, you need to run @code{msys_shell.bat} from
the Visual Studio or Intel Compiler command prompt.
Place @code{yasm.exe} somewhere in your @code{PATH}. If using MSVC 2012 or
earlier, place @code{c99wrap.exe} and @code{c99conv.exe} somewhere in your
@code{PATH} as well.
Place @code{yasm.exe} somewhere in your @code{PATH}.
Next, make sure any other headers and libs you want to use, such as zlib, are
located in a spot that the compiler can see. Do so by modifying the @code{LIB}
and @code{INCLUDE} environment variables to include the @strong{Windows-style}
paths to these directories. Alternatively, you can try to use the
@code{--extra-cflags}/@code{--extra-ldflags} configure options. If using MSVC
2012 or earlier, place @code{inttypes.h} somewhere the compiler can see too.
@code{--extra-cflags}/@code{--extra-ldflags} configure options.
Finally, run:
@ -217,8 +209,6 @@ can see.
@item FFmpeg has been tested with the following on i686 and x86_64:
@itemize
@item Visual Studio 2010 Pro and Express
@item Visual Studio 2012 Pro and Express
@item Visual Studio 2013 Pro and Express
@item Intel Composer XE 2013
@item Intel Composer XE 2013 SP1