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Re: How to rebuild the source code from CVS?

From: J. Grant
Subject: Re: How to rebuild the source code from CVS?
Date: Sun, 09 May 2004 23:25:30 +0100
User-agent: Mozilla/5.0

Hi Jay,

Just #define VERSION whatever_you_want :) It's just a cvs development build after-all.

If you are using MSVC:
1. run prepare_w32.bat
2. nmake /fnmakefile   (or run build_w32.bat)

If you have problems, please post a brief log of the error output.



on the 09/05/04 20:18, Jay Chang wrote:
Hi JG,

Thank you for your help. I wonder if there is any correct way to reguild to
source code. I got the wrong version because config.h.W32.template uses a
variable called %version%.


-----Original Message-----
From: J. Grant [mailto:address@hidden Sent: Sunday, May 09, 2004 6:17 PM
To: Jay Chang
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: How to rebuild the source code from CVS?

Hi Jay,

I did provide a prepare_w32.bat file to do the job of setting things up for
an MSVC build.  (I attach gzip'd version of this file to this email.
Hopefully I will not get flamed by everyone's virus checkers this time.)

I wonder if prepare_w32.bat could be reviewed for addition so that win32 cvs
users can build quicker please?  (I originally submitted it several months

Best regards


on the 09/05/04 00:52, Jay Chang wrote:
I would like to rebuild the source code, but I got some .template file and seem to need to use automake/autoconf to rebuild. Could anyone teach me how please ?
-- Jay

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