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Re: A successful compile in win32
From: jah <jah () zadkiel plus com>
Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2007 15:32:01 +0100

Hi TF,

It was a struggle at first because I'd never used cygwin before trying 
to compile nmap!  I would recommend that you checkout the latest source 
from the svn repository:
svn co --username guest --password "" svn://svn.insecure.org/nmap/

and then install the UMIT dependencies as described in 
mswin32/buildguide.txt.  If you install these in their default locations 
then you shouldn't need to make any changes to anything in order to 
achieve a successful compile.  (Having said that, I had to prepend 
"/cygdrive" to the paths MAKENSIS and VCEXPRESS in mswin32/Makefile)

Then it's just a case of firing-up a cygwin bash prompt and cd to the 
mswin32 directory (which for me = cd ../../cygdrive/c/nmap/mswin32 
because I've got cygwin installed in C: and the nmap source is in C:\nmap)
type "make" and bob's your mother's brother.

Now if you can get that to work, then you can be confident that your 
environment is sound and you can try again with your 4.20 custom 
source.  If not, then you can at least know that it's your environment 
that needs sorting out.

I hope that helps.  I'm by no means an expert, but if I can help more, 
let me know.
And I hope you don't mind me cc'ing this to the list - there may be 
others needing help.


jah


The Finn wrote:
I'd love to know how u compiled it under windows so fast ... :(

TF

On 10/11/07, *jah* <jah () zadkiel plus com 
<mailto:jah () zadkiel plus com>> wrote:

    4.22SOC7 made without issue on XPSP2.

    My only observation so far is that the version number doesn't fit
    in the
    allocated space on the UMIT splash screen at UMIT start-up.  I've
    attached *u_splash.PNG* in case no-one has seen the same thing.

    Looking forward to a good play!

    jah


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