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Re: Windows build setup - Concept required
From: Bill Meier <wmeier () newsguy com>
Date: Thu, 05 Dec 2013 15:02:49 -0500
Re: creating/using a standard package directory structure on Windows
It sounds like you're suggesting that we take the
packages as distribited and move things
around to a standard structure. This sounds to me like the
effort to do this it might be crazy-making ...
Also: A few questions/comments: see inline:
> 1) zlib is installed as source only
As opposed to installing DLL's from a package ?
My understanding is that we need to build the zlib DLL
ourselves due to ensure that the right C runtime is used.
("cross C-runtime memory allocation issues").
2) portaudio is installed as source only
(As in 1) above ?)
3) Every package is installed into its own subdirectory, sometimes with
its own structure
4) glib2 contains zlib headers that break windows builds
right: it appears that the gtk2/includes dir is never
used as an include dir so that (fortunately) the correct
zlib includes are used. Ditto for the zlib DLL.
(It seems that the zlib DLL & includes distribdted
with our current GTK/GLib package are for
zlib v1.27 while we're actually building/using zlib v1.25)
In any case, as noted, we need to build our own ...
5) glib3 contains zlib headers that break windows builds
6) krb5 contains includes that export krb5-build internal flags and
thus cause warnings during compiles
When building how ?
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Re: Windows build setup - Concept required Graham Bloice (Dec 05)
Re: Windows build setup - Concept required Bill Meier (Dec 05)