[Libreoffice] Windows dependancies
caolanm at redhat.com
Fri Oct 29 06:35:22 PDT 2010
On Thu, 2010-10-21 at 21:19 +0100, Martin Gallwey wrote:
> Hi there!
> Just working further on getting a working build up and running, there
> are a bunch of files needed to get a build running, namely, these?
> Looking for /cygdrive/c/lo/src/msvcr80.dll ... ok
> Looking for /cygdrive/c/lo/src/msvcp80.dll ... ok
> Looking for /cygdrive/c/lo/src/Microsoft.VC80.CRT.manifest ... ok
> Looking for /cygdrive/c/lo/src/msvcr71.dll ... ok
> Looking for /cygdrive/c/lo/src/gdiplus.dll ... ok
> With the exception of the .manifest file, these are all distributed
> with the OOo download - would it be possible to put a tarball or zip
> of these files up on libreoffice.org and have the build process
> download and unpack them as part of the build, or is there some
> redistribution licensing foo going on here?
It's a bit confusing to me. Seems you can distribute them along with an
app you write when you have the license to the full version of the
compiler ?, so it would seem to be possible. Probably need to get the
canonical EULA text for them to have a real idea if its possible or not.
And you can also download some them at least from the msdn websites as
well. and I see that http://kegel.com/wine/winetricks has a script which
downloads these from known locations and runs their installers. I would
*imagine* that it would be ok to do that anyway, i.e. a script that
downloads the installers, runs them and let the end-user click-through
any relevant EULAs ?
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