[gst-devel] trying to build on windows ...
sebastien at moutte.net
Wed Aug 24 05:39:07 CEST 2005
I'm using the Makefile in win32 folder of the cvs version with GNU make
launched from MSDOS command line.
So, if the missing files (gstcpu.c ...) are obsoletes, I will try to
generate new Makefiles according to the 0.9.
Thanks for your help
Michal Benes wrote:
> I have been working on the 0.8 port last month. We plan to move to 0.9
> What Makefiles do you use? If you are using the Makefiles or vcproj
>from win32 directory, they will not work, they were created for 0.8
>version and directory structure has changed since then.
> Better way will probably be to use autoconf/automake generated
>Makefiles. We have prepared a HOWTO for version 0.8 but much of it could
>apply to 0.9 it is located at http://gstreamer.xeris.cz/ Note that in
>order to create the configure script, you must run autogen.sh. I was not
>able to run it in Msys (MinGW). But the configure script can be
>generated in cygwin.
> We have hired a (part-time) developer responsible for Windows port. his
>contact is <gree at grees dot net>.
>Sébastien Moutte píše v St 24. 08. 2005 v 11:21 +0200:
>>I'm trying to build cvs version of gstreamer on windows. I've gotten the
>>source using :
>>cvs -d:pserver:anoncvs at anoncvs.freedesktop.org:/cvs/gstreamer co gstreamer
>>The problem is that some source files are missing like gst/gstcpu.c,
>>is there anything to do to get these source files with cvs ?
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