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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Another contribution

From: Nardy Pillards
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Another contribution
Date: Fri, 15 Aug 2003 00:34:45 +0200

From:                   Michael Petch <address@hidden>
Date sent:              Thu, 14 Aug 2003 15:46:00 -0600
> In a previous post you wrote:
> > Once the "./configure; make" process is working on windows, we'll
> > get the correct depencies as they're set up by the Makefile
> > generated by configure.
> >
> > Jørn
> I happened to read this and thought I'd apologize to the community. I
> have received a couple emails about what my changes were to get the
> windows version to compile with ./configure; make (Well conifgure will
> take a few extra parameters).
> I have been busy stuck on the critical path for a project and didn't
> have time to devote to this.
> However, I believe that if you follow Nardy's instructions and extract
> a tar ball (I have to put the proper files in it that I modified),
> install Automake-1.6 (I think that was it), you should be good to go.
> I did leave off with one small snag. For whatever reason, when
> compiling the Non GUI version of the windows product I am forced to
> drop the readline support. I believe this may be related to soemthing
> that I buggered when hacking around getting ./configure to work. I'll
> have to take a virgin ming environment, apply the changes (tarball) I
> know are needed and  then try again.
> As it stands It is possible with the appropriate changes to build this
> product with ./configure + options; make dance.
> Sorry for dropping th ball for a bit.
> --
> Mike Petch

If only automake-1.6 would be needed, MSYS had to do fine after executing 
(correct me when i am wrong here)

BTW: autogen.sh does not 'touch' \board3d\makefile.in

Configure does not find GTK+ 1.3 (pkg_config), nor Freetype 6.

Make generates the .gmo files in \po, libevent.a is created in \lib.
For \doc it tells 'missing makeinfo' (although makeinfo.exe is available).
Readline support messes up with languages and Python is detected in Configure, 
not found by Make causing it to exit.

I was looking forward to see how you did with the GUI version (with GTK+ 1.3).

If there is any chance telling what you did, I would appreciate it.


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