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

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2005-04-15 16:17:20 CEST

> D.J. Heap wrote:
> > The python and perl bindings build for me if I have configured the
> > directories for their .h and .lib files in Visual Studio options (or
> > through the INCLUDE and LIB environment variables should work too, I
> > think). I haven't tried to get ruby and java stuff building.
> >
> > DJ
> And I meant to add that I just have ActiveState Perl installed, so it
> seems to include everything we need for a Release build. Debug builds
> wants debug libraries that neither python nor perl appear to ship
> normally.

I can currently compile these targets (without errors):

- locale
- all svn* binaries
- python bindings
- javahl bindings

problematic are:
- perl bindings (at least missing EXTERN.h)
- javahl tests (missing package)
- ruby (downloaded 1.8.2 but did not install yet)

Ben, are python and perl both from ActiveState?

I have used the INCLUDE and LIB environment variables to do it.



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