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Re: [Gnash-dev] A problem when building firefox plugin npgnash.dll on Wi

From: Wei Cao
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] A problem when building firefox plugin npgnash.dll on Windows
Date: Fri, 12 Dec 2008 17:36:17 +0800

OK, I have compiled npgnash.dll successfully using the plugin.h I found in
with small modification.
But I still want to know why it hasn't been included in source code package released...

2008/12/12 Wei Cao <address@hidden>
It's strange...I download serveral source code packages released, such as gnash-0.8.1,0.8.2,0.8.3, 0.8.4, there is only one plugin.h under directory plugin/, and this head file is for unix, not for win32. I check directory plugin/win32, there is only a plugin.cpp, no corresponding plugin.h for win32.

but soon I find this site,
it seems a http code repository for gnash, there are five source code files under plugin/win32, including the missing plugin.h that released  source code packages do not contain. May be these files do not be copied from trunk to released version by mistake?

I will try them immediately.

2008/12/12 Dossy Shiobara <address@hidden>

Bastiaan Jacques wrote:
> On Thu, 11 Dec 2008, cao wei wrote:
>>  Besides, plugin.h needs X11, so I guess it should not be used in win32,
>> isn't it? Where can I find a usable plugin.h for win32?
> As far as I know plugin/win32 has gone largely unmaintained. However, it
> should not be difficult to modify plugin/plugin.{cpp,h} to compile on
> windows. The major problem then is to use a GUI which can use the -x ID
> parameter to rendering into the specified window ID on Microsoft
> Windows. So far as I can remember the only GUI capable of that is the

Unfortunately, none of the GUIs work with -x on Win32.  That's why I
started work on plugin/win32, creating a native npgnash.dll plugin for
Mozilla that embeds VM in-process.

I'm not sure why cao wei can't build the plugin/win32 directory: it
builds just fine on the buildbot Win2003 slave ... ?

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