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Re: [CmdLauncher] [Cmdlauncher] Question on Windows Version

From: Hong Xu
Subject: Re: [CmdLauncher] [Cmdlauncher] Question on Windows Version
Date: Tue, 10 Feb 2015 21:51:02 -0800

Tiny C compiler is a real compiler, but it is a C compiler, while this
program is written in C++. That means, you need a C++ compiler to build
it, such as Microsoft Visual C++, mingw-gcc. Besides the compiler, you
also need to have the Qt library[1].

Since you said you have no knowledge of how to code, then this may be a
problem -- you may encounter some compilation errors that you don't know
what they means (since it's not tested on Windows yet). I don't know
your purpose of using it, but if you are ok with it, there is a version
uploaded by softpedia 3 years ago:

However, I DON'T recommend you to use this version, since the config
file format has been changed.

I'm also glad that you request for the Windows version. I can pull the
schedule for building the Windows version closer in this case.



Tony Playfair <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi Hong
>   Thanks for the reply. I tried using cmake last night but it failed, and I 
> think I know why. Although I can not find it in the docs for cmake, I think I 
> actually need a real compiler on my Win7 PC, true??? So I installed tiny cc 
> compiler and put it's directory in my Windows path, and tried again. Same 
> failure, which says, if I remember correctly, compiler not found or something 
> like that. So should cmake work with tiny cc compiler? I looked into some of 
> cmake code and I did see tinycc listed in there. Any more tips you can give 
> me?
> Tony
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Hong Xu" <address@hidden>
> To: "Tony Playfair" <address@hidden>
> Cc: address@hidden
> Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2015 5:57:14 PM
> Subject: Re: [Cmdlauncher] Question on Windows Version
> Hi Tony,
> At this moment, I still need to test the Windows compatibility. I've
> been busy for a while for now, so I won't expect it to be tested very
> soon this week.
> However, if you need to use it to wrap a specific command line program,
> you need to write a config file for it. Is there anyone who help you
> with it or you plan to write it yourself?
> Hong
> Tony Playfair <address@hidden> writes:
>> I've been looking for something like this for years! I am not a coder so I 
>> can't compile it and haven't a clue what cmake is. Is there any way for a 
>> coder to create a windows binary for me please?
>> Thanks
>> Tony

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