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    1 Building instructions for the DLL versions of Zlib 1.2.11
    2 ========================================================
    3 
    4 This directory contains projects that build zlib and minizip using
    5 Microsoft Visual C++ 9.0/10.0.
    6 
    7 You don't need to build these projects yourself. You can download the
    8 binaries from:
    9   http://www.winimage.com/zLibDll
   10 
   11 More information can be found at this site.
   12 
   13 
   14 
   15 
   16 
   17 Build instructions for Visual Studio 2008 (32 bits or 64 bits)
   18 --------------------------------------------------------------
   19 - Decompress current zlib, including all contrib/* files
   20 - Compile assembly code (with Visual Studio Command Prompt) by running:
   21    bld_ml64.bat (in contrib\masmx64)
   22    bld_ml32.bat (in contrib\masmx86)
   23 - Open contrib\vstudio\vc9\zlibvc.sln with Microsoft Visual C++ 2008
   24 - Or run: vcbuild /rebuild contrib\vstudio\vc9\zlibvc.sln "Release|Win32"
   25 
   26 Build instructions for Visual Studio 2010 (32 bits or 64 bits)
   27 --------------------------------------------------------------
   28 - Decompress current zlib, including all contrib/* files
   29 - Open contrib\vstudio\vc10\zlibvc.sln with Microsoft Visual C++ 2010
   30 
   31 Build instructions for Visual Studio 2012 (32 bits or 64 bits)
   32 --------------------------------------------------------------
   33 - Decompress current zlib, including all contrib/* files
   34 - Open contrib\vstudio\vc11\zlibvc.sln with Microsoft Visual C++ 2012
   35 
   36 Build instructions for Visual Studio 2013 (32 bits or 64 bits)
   37 --------------------------------------------------------------
   38 - Decompress current zlib, including all contrib/* files
   39 - Open contrib\vstudio\vc12\zlibvc.sln with Microsoft Visual C++ 2013
   40 
   41 Build instructions for Visual Studio 2015 (32 bits or 64 bits)
   42 --------------------------------------------------------------
   43 - Decompress current zlib, including all contrib/* files
   44 - Open contrib\vstudio\vc14\zlibvc.sln with Microsoft Visual C++ 2015
   45 
   46 
   47 Important
   48 ---------
   49 - To use zlibwapi.dll in your application, you must define the
   50   macro ZLIB_WINAPI when compiling your application's source files.
   51 
   52 
   53 Additional notes
   54 ----------------
   55 - This DLL, named zlibwapi.dll, is compatible to the old zlib.dll built
   56   by Gilles Vollant from the zlib 1.1.x sources, and distributed at
   57     http://www.winimage.com/zLibDll
   58   It uses the WINAPI calling convention for the exported functions, and
   59   includes the minizip functionality. If your application needs that
   60   particular build of zlib.dll, you can rename zlibwapi.dll to zlib.dll.
   61 
   62 - The new DLL was renamed because there exist several incompatible
   63   versions of zlib.dll on the Internet.
   64 
   65 - There is also an official DLL build of zlib, named zlib1.dll. This one
   66   is exporting the functions using the CDECL convention. See the file
   67   win32\DLL_FAQ.txt found in this zlib distribution.
   68 
   69 - There used to be a ZLIB_DLL macro in zlib 1.1.x, but now this symbol
   70   has a slightly different effect. To avoid compatibility problems, do
   71   not define it here.
   72 
   73 
   74 Gilles Vollant
   75 info@winimage.com
   76 
   77 Visual Studio 2013 and 2015 Projects from Sean Hunt
   78 seandhunt_7@yahoo.com