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Re: Whats next?

From: NKV
Subject: Re: Whats next?
Date: Sat, 22 Nov 2003 08:49:11 -0800 (PST)

   I have run  "gnokii.exe" which displayes many "gnokii --<options>" and then run "gnokii --identify" option from windows command prompt. Here is an ouptut:
E:\vsengr\gnokii-0.5.6-win32\bin>gnokii --identify
GNOKII Version 0.5.6
Couldn't open D:\Documents and Settings\vsengr\_gnokiirc or gnokiirc. Exiti
ng now...
   Now, this clearly states the error "couldn't find gnokiirc". I have made "gnokiirc" *file* as well as *folder* in both  "E:\vsengr\gnokii-0.5.6-win32\bin>" and in "D:\Documents and Settings\vsengr\" directories but non of them works.
     As u said:
>"Try to run "gnokii --identify" first. Don't forget to create a working
>gnokiirc file (you will find an example in the doc/sample folder)."
    What do u mean by "working gnokiirc file"? What is the "extension" of this "gnokiirc file"? [Remember, in windows File and Folder are two different things]

BORBELY Zoltan <address@hidden> wrote:

On Fri, Nov 21, 2003 at 05:03:29AM -0800, NKV wrote:
> Can't run yet. I have downloaded native win32 version from
> I am following
> docs\README-WIN32. It states THREE steps for compiling "gnokii.dsw".

No. This zip file contains the _compiled_ win32 version. You can
execute it (you will find gnokii.exe in the package) or you can
develop programs based on libgnokii.

> 1) Put the Gnokii source in \gnokii\gnokii src.
> 2) Copy \win32\MSVC6\config.h into \include\
> 3) Open \win32\MSVC6\gnokii.dsw and compile :)
> Now,
> In step 1: What is "Gnokii source"? & Which you are refereing? Is it the path in which Microsfoft Visual C++ 6.0 puts it's projects?

If you downloaded the precompiled package you won't find the source
in it. BTW you have no need for the source unless you want to compile
libgnokii (gnokii.dll on win32) yourself.

> In step 2: "\include" is it the folder of Microsfoft Visual C++ 6.0?

No, is the folder where the precompiled gnokii package was

> If step 3 successfully performed than can I compile/run "gnokii-skeleton.c" situated here:

Try to run "gnokii --identify" first. Don't forget to create a working
gnokiirc file (you will find an example in the doc/sample folder).


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