I'm starting to try and teach myself Visual Studio, and I have a project (on my hard drive) whose code is structured like this:
->Object_Folder (contains C++ code to make C++ class)
->Source_Folder (contains C++ code in headers and .cpp files to which the class in Object_Folder is a wrapper)
-->Proxy_Folder (.cpp Files)
The Makefile in the Object_Folder compiles the code in the Source_Folder and the Object_Folder, then links them into a .dll. The Makefile in the Proxy_Folder compiles the code in the Proxy_Folder and links it to the .dll.
After all this background, my question is this:
How do I set up this sequence of actions in a project in Visual Studio, preferably without using absolute paths? Is there a way this can be done? I'm a complete newcomer to Visual Studio, so if anyone could explain how to do this, I'd really appreciate it.
EDIT: I forgot to mention, I have Visual Studio C++ Express Edition 2008.
This post has been edited by Zel2008: 01 May 2009 - 12:51 PM