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Re: [Enigma-devel] Compiling Enigma on Windows XP with MinGW-MSys

From: Ronald Lamprecht
Subject: Re: [Enigma-devel] Compiling Enigma on Windows XP with MinGW-MSys
Date: Sat, 23 May 2009 20:53:20 +0200
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Harry Bruder schrieb:
has anyone succeeded building Enigma under Windows XP using MinGW-MSys?
I have tried for several hours during the last days but I can't get it
done. In particular I've got problems with Xerces-C. Somewhere when
running the configure or make script of v3.0.1 the "Blue Screen Of
Death" shows up with an 0x0A error message "IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL". The
same happens after installing the precompiled VC binaries of v3.01 to
MinGW and then running the Enigma configure script. I managed to
configure and make the 2.8.0 version of Xerces, but then I get an error
message from the Enigma configure file: "checking for Xerces 3.0
experimental version... Not found... error: xerces is required to
compile Enigma." Any ideas what's going wrong?

Xerces 2.7 did not compile on MinGW, so I did use the upcoming 3.0 trunk that has been more stable and elaborated than the 2.* branch for quite a time. I never checked 2.8 on Windows - it may work but I don't think it is worth trying.

A complete configuration of MinGW and matching tool versions is listed in the REQUIREMENTS file. Yes I am still using an old MinGW configuration, because the current version did cause serious problems with the exception handling. Because it is a very nasty business to check these critical parts I did stick to the configuration that is well known to work.

Please report any stable configuration that you tested throughly by long term tests and repeated exception behaviour tests.



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