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Issue 15550: Trailing white spaces
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--- a/PC/example_nt/readme.txt Sat Aug 04 16:17:10 2012 +0200
+++ b/PC/example_nt/readme.txt Sat Aug 04 22:46:03 2012 +0300
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
This directory contains everything needed (except for the Python
distribution!) to build a Python extension module using Microsoft VC++.
-Notice that you need to use the same compiler version that was used to build
+Notice that you need to use the same compiler version that was used to build
Python itself.
The simplest way to build this example is to use the distutils script
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
% python -c "import example; example.foo()"
Hello, world
-See setup.py for more details. alternatively, see below for instructions on
+See setup.py for more details. alternatively, see below for instructions on
how to build inside the Visual Studio environment.
Visual Studio Build Instructions
@@ -27,8 +27,8 @@
version. In general, it is recommended you use the 'setup.py' instructions
above.
-It has been tested with VC++ 7.1 on Python 2.4. You can also use earlier
-versions of VC to build Python extensions, but the sample VC project file
+It has been tested with VC++ 7.1 on Python 2.4. You can also use earlier
+versions of VC to build Python extensions, but the sample VC project file
(example.dsw in this directory) is in VC 7.1 format.
COPY THIS DIRECTORY!
@@ -129,7 +129,7 @@
(This is an annoying little file with only two lines. An alternative
approach is to forget about the .def file, and add the option
"/export:initspam" somewhere to the Link settings, by manually editing the
-"Project -> Properties -> Linker -> Command Line -> Additional Options"
+"Project -> Properties -> Linker -> Command Line -> Additional Options"
box).
You are now all set to build your extension, unless it requires other
@@ -142,13 +142,13 @@
Use the
File -> New -> Project...
dialog to create a new Project Workspace. Select "Visual C++ Projects/Win32/
-Win32 Project", enter the name ("spam"), and make sure the "Location" is
-set to parent of the spam directory you have created (which should be a direct
-subdirectory of the Python build tree, a sibling of Include and PC).
+Win32 Project", enter the name ("spam"), and make sure the "Location" is
+set to parent of the spam directory you have created (which should be a direct
+subdirectory of the Python build tree, a sibling of Include and PC).
In "Application Settings", select "DLL", and "Empty Project". Click OK.
You should now create the file spam.def as instructed in the previous
-section. Add the source files (including the .def file) to the project,
+section. Add the source files (including the .def file) to the project,
using "Project", "Add Existing Item".
Now open the
@@ -174,7 +174,7 @@
Select "Debug" in the "Settings for:" dropdown list, and append
"python24_d.lib" to the list in the Additional Dependencies" box. Then
-click on the C/C++ tab, select "Code Generation", and select
+click on the C/C++ tab, select "Code Generation", and select
"Multi-threaded Debug DLL" from the "Runtime library" dropdown list.
Select "Release" again from the "Settings for:" dropdown list.
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