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Re: [Linphone-developers] Compile errors on Windows (mingw)

From: Yann Diorcet
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] Compile errors on Windows (mingw)
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2012 19:06:53 +0100

I'm working on it. I will contact you as soon as it  is fixed.

2012/12/13 Alvaro José Serrano Rubio <address@hidden>:
> Hello all,
> I'm trying to compile linphone on Windows by following the instructions on 
> readme.mingw.
> Unfortunately when I reack the "make" stage I get some compilation errors.
> The first one is triggered by linphone/tools/xml2lpc_test.c and it complains 
> about an uninitialized variable: 'header'. The log says: 
> [-Werror=maybe-uninitialized]
> I can easily fix that one by initializing the string (header="";) but then I 
> get some more errors, this time triggered by linphone/tools/xml2lpc.c
> In function ProcessEntry:(...) Undefined reference to 'lpconfig_get_string'
> In function ProcessEntry:(...) Undefined reference to 'lpconfig_set_string'
> My question is, are all these errors due to some typos/changes in the source 
> files or is the compiler being overly strict? Should I try to edit out the 
> errors in the code or is the right answer trying to change the way mingw 
> compiles the code? I can't help but think it's the latter because the same 
> code compiles on the Mac just fine.
> Any help would be great, thanks!
> Álvaro.
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