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Author sbt
Recipients brian.curtin, sbt, terry.reedy, tim.golden, zach.ware
Date 2013-04-07.12:45:52
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You seem to end your subroutines (or whatever they are called) using "goto end" rather than "exit /b".  Since popd follows the "end" label, does this mean that you get a popd after calling each subroutine?  Is this intended and can it cause unmatched pushd/popd-s?

(I am not familiar with writing batch files.)

Also, I think 32 bit builds should be the default.  Many people with 64 bit Windows are using Visual Studio Express which only has 32 bit support.
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