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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Still compile problems on Windows

From: Holger
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Still compile problems on Windows
Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2002 23:23:02 +0100

Hi Nardy,

Thanks for your reply.

At 16:36 16.11.02 +0100, Nardy Pillards wrote:
>> Do I really need the entire distribution/package?
[package list snipped]

>> Which versions of iconv and xml2 do you use?
>I'll send the packages I've installed later.

Thank you.

>But... you don't have MinGW?

No. I followed the desciption on Achim's page (the FAQ), and Øystein also
confirmed my steps taken. So I believe I shouldn't need MinGW. But if it
might help I can give it a try. It will just take a little while to
download the 12 MB as I only have a slow modem connection.

To repeat the question from my last post: Is the file gnubg.res
important/necessary, and if, where do I get it from? (It appears in the
linker flags in Makefile.)

>> How does sound.c compile if you don't add #include "mmsystem.h" ? Could you
>> send me your Makefile in case it differs much from the version on Øystein's
>> site?
>Yes, I will.

Thanks again.

>> >But I can't find how to get gtk-config (anyone knows the 'how to' for
>> >Win32?)
>> >well... I did have it once, but can't 'regenerate' it.

>> GTK+ and GIMP for Windows:
>ty. but it is GTK_CONFIG I'm looking for.
>(and still looking... not much time this weekend, but will start over on

As I understood the text on the web site pkg-config can be used instead of
gtk-config. That's why I quoted this sentence in my last post. However, if
it doesn't help you anyway, then please don't mind my suggestion.



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