|Subject:||[Monotone-devel] Re: cygwin & *.exe|
|Date:||Fri, 16 Jan 2004 18:49:41 -0500|
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Zbynek Winkler wrote:
Yes. I've found that out too. I've managed to build both versions of the library. One works fine with the windows paths and the other with cygwins. So we can choose :-)
hm. I'm not sure, honestly, how cygwin users prefer to operate. I guess it depends if they spend all day in cygwin, or are just using it for the sake of monotone.
That would certainly be better. I am also more experienced with vc++ so I might be of more help there. sqlite seems to be able to work natively on windows. I've also found native popt. I know there is native iconv and intl. What I do not know about is lua, adns and cryptopp. How do they like windows? adns seems to be pretty much unix only.
lua and cryptopp are known to work under windows compilers, but possibly their make rules will need some adjustment. there is also port of adns for windows here: http://adns.jgaa.com/, but it might need some work to integrate into our build nicely.
PS. My current build of monotone works with windows paths. It requires only cygwin1, cygiconv, cygintl dlls and it should work. I could upload it somewhere (striped 4MB) for you to test.
this is fantastic news! yes, please, any place you'd care to put it would be great.
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