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1) vcxproj file
2) ├─ Import Microsoft.Cpp.props
3) └─ Import Toolset specific props (e.g. $(VCTargets)Platforms\Win32\PlatformToolsets\llvm\Toolset.props)
4) └─ Import This File (LLVM.Cpp.Common.props)
5) │─ Core logic of vcxproj (define files, override properties, etc)
6) └─ Import Microsoft.Cpp.targets
7) │─ Import Toolset specific targets file (e.g. $(VCTargets)Platforms\Win32\PlatformToolsets\llvm\Toolset.targets)
8) └─ Run the compiler.
The important thing is that we have hooks at 3, 4, and 7. 3 and 4 give
us the ability to provide initial values for toolchain settings (where
is the compiler, what values are considered "default" for a given
setting, etc), 7 gives us the ability to act on anything that the user
has overridden (such as warning or erroring on incompatible settings,
mapping settings to other settings, etc).
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Builds will fail without this. -->
<OutDirWasSpecified Condition=" '$(OutDir)'!='' AND '$(OutDirWasSpecified)'=='' ">true</OutDirWasSpecified>
<OutDirWasSpecified Condition=" '$(OutDir)'=='' AND '$(OutDirWasSpecified)'=='' ">false</OutDirWasSpecified>
<IntDir Condition="'$(IntDir)'=='' AND '$(IntermediateOutputPath)'!=''">$(IntermediateOutputPath)</IntDir>
<IntDir Condition="'$(IntDir)'=='' AND '$(IntermediateOutputPath)'==''">$(Configuration)\</IntDir>
<OutDir Condition="'$(OutDir)'=='' AND '$(SolutionDir)' != ''">$(SolutionDir)$(Configuration)\</OutDir>
<OutDir Condition="'$(OutDir)'=='' AND '$(SolutionDir)' == ''">$(IntDir)</OutDir>
<DebuggerFlavor Condition="'$(DebuggerFlavor)'==''">WindowsLocalDebugger</DebuggerFlavor>
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<LLVMInstallDir Condition="'$(LLVMInstallDir)' == ''">$(Registry:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\LLVM\LLVM)</LLVMInstallDir>
<LLVMInstallDir Condition="'$(LLVMInstallDir)' != ''">$(LLVMInstallDir)\</LLVMInstallDir>
<Import Project="$(VCTargetsPath)\Microsoft.Cpp.WindowsSDK.props" Condition="Exists('$(VCTargetsPath)\Microsoft.Cpp.WindowsSDK.props')"/>
<Import Project="$(VCTargetsPath)\Microsoft.Cpp.Common.props" />
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the default paths for cl will use.
<IncludePath Condition="'$(IncludePath)' == ''">$(IncludePath);$(VC_IncludePath);$(WindowsSDK_IncludePath);</IncludePath>
<LibraryWPath Condition="'$(LibraryWPath)' == ''">$(WindowsSDK_MetadataPath);</LibraryWPath>
<SourcePath Condition="'$(SourcePath)' == ''">$(VC_SourcePath);</SourcePath>
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by editing the vcxproj file (or making changes via the UI, which has the same effect).
<!-- Set this to "Default" (which means not passing any /RTC option) so that any other value will
be treated as having been overridden by the user. This Serves as a hint to the user that
Default is the value we support, and other values will generate a warning. It also means
that if the user simply creates a new project in MSVC (which uses /RTCu by default), then
switches the toolset to Clang, we will still treat the value as default (which for us is to
not pass the option). Only if the user explicitly overrode this setting in a project to use
/RTCu would we see the warning. -->