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Re: [patch] add copying of bdb and sqlite dlls to win-tests.py

From: D.J. Heap <djheap_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-24 15:18:02 CET

On 3/23/07, Joe Swatosh <joe.swatosh@gmail.com> wrote:
[snip]
>
> In the absense of actual understanding I was going for consistency;
> copy everything. But I'm not married to any of this, although I find
> it useful as it puts everything in one place.
>
> As far as changing how the sqlite directory is laid out, again I have
> no problem. I've been trying to let the original packagers have their
> way and the .zip files I downloaded with the .dll and .h files don't
> have any directory structure within them. The one question I would
> have is since it is working for me all mashed together, would the
> gen-make.py have to be modified to know where to get the .lib and .h?

I think it does already (seems to be working for me with that
structure - inc/lib directories under --with-sqlite directory).

>
> As long as I have your attention, I wanted to ask now, while it is
> still a ways off, if you have any interest in producing Windows
> binarys for the Ruby bindings when the 1.5 time comes? And if you are
> willing to take on that additional task, how can I help?
>

Sure -- I've made some feeble attempts in the past, but since you've
obviously been successful I'll give it a more serious shot. Did you
have to build Ruby from source yourself or do you match the compiler
they used for the standard dist? Or is that not necessary at all? It
seems like my main problem was different compiler/CRT versions if I
recall correctly.

DJ

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