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Failed installing IL2C.Runtime.msvc on Unreal Engine produced VC2017 project.

See original GitHub issue

cause: Cannot reference SubSystem on condition: "%(Link.Subsystem) == "EFI Application""

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  • State:open
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:16 (10 by maintainers)

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ayumaxcommented, Oct 3, 2019

OK. We will write the above code at the start and end of the process.

Thank you for the explanation about the thread.

ayumaxcommented, Sep 24, 2019

Downloaded and added to project. I was able to confirm that it started with the 64bit setting.

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