|Re: Re: Tr: Re: [hatari-devel] Serial port issue with windowsHi,|
[ Thread Index | Date Index | More lists.tuxfamily.org/hatari-devel Archives ]
In fact, I don't know about this as all of this is managed by CMAKE (that I never even knew before yesterday) and don't know precisely how to check - may be in a close look at the output of my "Make" ?
==> I will provide you this evening a complete cut/past of my "Make" output
Another question : Does my setup appear to be complete for a simple build or will I ABSOLUTELY need something else as VisualStudio to have very simple IO functions to be compiled (I can manage to edit sources from notepad for the while).
Tous vos emails en 1 clic avec l'application SFR Mail sur iPhone et Android - En savoir plus.
Message du : 08/04/2015 19:23
De : "Eero Tamminen " <oak@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
A : hatari-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Copie à :
Sujet : Re: Tr: Re: [hatari-devel] Serial port issue with windowsHi,
On keskiviikko 08 huhtikuu 2015, hwarin@xxxxxxx wrote:
> I've then decided to try to fix this myself and to setup a dev
> environment ... So far, what I did (on Windows 7)
> - Setup "Win-Builds 1.5.0" (includes MinGW, SDL, and numerous other
> libraries) - Setup "CMAKE-3.2.1"
> - Setup "Python-3.4.3"
> - Setup "Zlib128" (as I was unable to make it work from Win-Builds"
> - Setup "Tortoisehg-3.3.3"
> From that, I've been able to retrieve sources and got something compiled
> .. but I'm unable to link properly :
> undefined reference to 'gzopen'
GCC (and I assume therefore also MinGW) is particular about order
in which libraries are given. Are you giving zlib after object files?
|Mail converted by MHonArc 2.6.19+||http://listengine.tuxfamily.org/|