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Comment:Project loading fix. Allow the SQLite.Interop projects for VS 2005/2008 to load without the INTEROP_EXTRA_PROPS_FILE environment variable being set.
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SHA1: 311fc5a801322eb39cb45c16324e13aefde6f1b1
User & Date: mistachkin 2013-07-25 23:51:42
Context
2013-08-05
21:52
Fix an issue that can occur during the disposal of a managed virtual table object instance. check-in: 574f754156 user: mistachkin tags: trunk
2013-07-25
23:51
Project loading fix. Allow the SQLite.Interop projects for VS 2005/2008 to load without the INTEROP_EXTRA_PROPS_FILE environment variable being set. check-in: 311fc5a801 user: mistachkin tags: trunk
20:37
Add an empty (placeholder) Visual Studio 2005/2008 compatible properties file. check-in: 1d3dd7ea19 user: mistachkin tags: trunk
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<VisualStudioPropertySheet
	ProjectType="Visual C++"
	Version="8.00"
	Name="include"
	InheritedPropertySheets="$(INTEROP_EXTRA_PROPS_FILE)"
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</VisualStudioPropertySheet>







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 * Released to the public domain, use at your own risk!
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<VisualStudioPropertySheet
	ProjectType="Visual C++"
	Version="8.00"
	Name="include"
	InheritedPropertySheets=""
	>
  <!--
      NOTE: The value of the "InheritedPropertySheets" attribute (above)
            should actually be "$(INTEROP_EXTRA_PROPS_FILE)".

            Unfortunately, due to how Visual Studio 2005/2008 parses the
            "InheritedPropertySheets" attribute value, it cannot be set to
            "$(INTEROP_EXTRA_PROPS_FILE)" when the referenced macro should
            expand to an empty string.

            If a custom Visual Studio properties file is needed, the value
            of the "InheritedPropertySheets" attribute (above) should be
            manually changed to "$(INTEROP_EXTRA_PROPS_FILE)".  In addition,
            the "INTEROP_EXTRA_PROPS_FILE" environment variable should be set
            to the fully qualified file name of the Visual Studio properties
            file to include.
  -->
</VisualStudioPropertySheet>