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[DotGNU]Re: Portable .Net for win32

From: Robert Johnson
Subject: [DotGNU]Re: Portable .Net for win32
Date: Tue, 3 Jun 2003 14:49:53 -0700 (PDT)

Hi Johan,

Sorry I took so long to email you back but I have been
a little busy with final projects and school. The
Portable.Net binaries have been finished for win32. If
you go to the download section at under
the windows section you will see two links. I have
been testing two different installers for the win32
binary version which you will find at the site.

If you would like to compile Portable.Net for Windows
you will need:

1. cygwin ( make sure to download all the development

2. a working version of treecc (you can build this
from the source or you can download the windows binary
from the web site.)

I am currently working on putting together the steps
to compile for windows. I should be able
to create the steps as well as some snap shots.When
you look at the directory for the windows binary you
will notice that I have also posted the source for the
Windows installers that I used to build the
installations as well as the scripts I created.

If you want to keep up with whats happening with the
Portable.Net project and get involved I would suggets
subscribing to one of the mailing lists (Developer,
Announcements, info ect..). 

We are always looking for constructive feedback on
Portable.Net. Fell free to help out in any way you

Bob J

--- Johan Eriksson Thelin <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Robert,
>   I'm looking forward to testing Portable .Net in a
> Windows 
> environment. As the installers aren't ready yet
> according to the .Gnu 
> site, I'm thinking about building it myself. Are
> there any issues that 
> I have to keep in mind, or any patches necessary?
>   Keep up the good work!
> /Johan

Robert Johnson
48 Steeds Street
Galloway, NJ 08205
Telephone:  609-748-9272 (home)
Email: address@hidden

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