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Re: building on win32 (branko, you there?)

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2005-04-15 08:56:10 CEST

> Erik Huelsmann wrote:
> [snip]
> >
> > Oh! But build_locale does get generated, it just isn't executed...
>
> Ah, then you could explicitly build the 'locale' target after
> __ALL_TESTS__ in the nightly build, or we could add 'locale' to the
> __ALL__ targets in build.conf...how does it get built on Unix?

That did the trick. Thanks! On Unix the locale target is added to the
all-local target at configure time when --enable-nls is present; but we
don't have something like that on windows (a configure time script).

To make a distribution, I am running the make_dist script now. As it turns
out, it requires the "ALL" target to be built, so than it works
automatically.

Currently I'm 2 dependencies away from generating a package:

- junit
  maybe the machine has this package, but the classpath isn't setup
correctly,
  but I didn't have time to find out yet.
- perl development headers and libs
  the machine has activestate perl. Do they provide this?

(sussman: if you have a minute to spare: could you check both of these and
even set them up if they're missing? Then I can proceed with the rc1 compile
this night.)

bye,

Erik.

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