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Re: [Bug-gnubg] How to compile with Win32 - HTML document

From: Holger
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] How to compile with Win32 - HTML document
Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2002 19:43:00 +0100 (MET)

I'm just sending this post (again) to the mailing list. For
address@hidden it bounced. Maybe because I had it in CC: and not in To:? I 
don't know. :-(

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Sorry for any inconvenience.

> > If you, Nardy, can convert this to a nice HTML document, and Achim can
> > it from the FAQ, I think that would be a great help for future
> >
> > -Øystein
> This is the draw:
> http://users.skynet.be/bk228456/gnubg_new_build.html
> Any comments are welcome
> Nardy

The page looks nice. I have just redone the entire procedure to confirm all
steps. And here are the comments:

As I wrote before step 5. a)  is not necessary, even if /mingw/lib is not in
the path. /mingw/bin will be in there anyway because of the batch file and
in order to find make and gcc at all.
You could just delete this part.

In step 5. b) libintl.dll is missing. It's necessary to copy
\mingw\bin\libintl.dll to the install dir as well.

Btw, I would put step 5 at the end just before copying the executable to the
install dir.

Step 6:
As also mentioned in my other post, the includes in Makefile can be reduced
    INCLUDE = -I. -I./lib \
         -I/mingw/lib/gtk+/include \
         -I/mingw/lib/glib-2.0/include \
         -I/mingw/include/libxml2 \
without      -I/mingw/include/gtk.  <- This doesn't make sense.

I would change nardy.bat to:
    set PATH=C:\mingw\bin;%PATH%
\windows and \windows\system are searched for executables anyway, even if
they aren't in the path.
\mingw\lib doesn't need to be in there!

For step 7. I would suggest not to bother the user with a DOS prompt. Either
they know how to do this (very likely if they want to compile) or it's too
Better just let them double-click on Nardy.bat in Explorer.



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