nmakeutility like this:
README.mdfile in that directly details them all, but an example command line could look like this (split into several lines for readability):
VC14.30\curl-all.slnto build curl and libcurl.
PATH='Path to DLL';C:\Windows\system32;C:\Windows;C:\Windows\System32\Wbem
DLL Debug - DLL OpenSSL - DLL LibSSH2) then
Path to DLLwill need to contain the path to both of these.
<platform>- The platform (For example: Windows)
<ide>- The IDE (For example: VC10)
<architecture>- The platform architecture (For example: Win32, Win64)
<configuration>- The target configuration (For example: DLL Debug, LIB Release - LIB OpenSSL)