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Re: Building on win32

From: D.J. Heap <djheap_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-14 22:51:12 CEST

On 5/14/07, Andreas Pakulat <apaku@gmx.de> wrote:
> The sqllite problem I could figure out myself. The main problem with
> those instructions is that its using an obviously outdated directory
> tree and thus I wasn't sure if I really need to put neon apr and zlib
> into the subversion dir (the one containing www, doc, build and so on).
> So I started to read the .py modules to find that out. It turns out zlib
> is the only thing for which I need to put the sources into a zlib dir in
> the subversion directory. I'm not sure I have a working neon library due
> to many warnings during the compilation of that and some hacks I had to
> apply to its makefile...

I get quite a few warnings as well -- MS seems stricter about some
things than other compilers. However, I haven't had to tweak any
recent versions of neon -- I think I did on versions before .25,
though. What are you having to change?

> > Post
> > specific questions/problems/error messages and you are more likely to
> > get helpful answers.
> Ok, no problem. See the attached file, I do have the platform sdk
> include dir in INCLUDE, but the winres.h file is in an mfc subdir in
> that. Do I need to add that mfc subdir to INCLUDE too or should this
> rather be fixed somewhere else...

Hmm, I vaguely remember having an issue with winres.h in VCExpress,
but I can't remember what I had to do -- probably added the include
directory as you say above, or maybe just copied it somewhere already
in the include list. I wonder if we really need to include that
file...we can't need much from it -- svn.rc is just some version info
and an icon, I think.


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