mingw build broken

d.ostrovsky at idaia.de d.ostrovsky at idaia.de
Tue Jul 31 03:55:39 PDT 2012

Hey Kendy,

thank you for your response.
Yeah, my wine-* packages were outdated (1.4.*, we could check it in  
configure). After upgrading winegcc is working again, and after ccache  
(@David tnank you for that hint) LO even compiles, but

... cd /tmp/xfUNKMLKsY_temp.11871; tar -cf - . | gzip >  

where is the expected msi package?
Or do i have to provide some extra configure parameter for that?


Quoting Jan Holesovsky <kendy at suse.cz>:

> Hi David,
> On 2012-07-28 at 23:20 +0200, David Ostrovsky wrote:
>> here is the whole truth (CC to David, because he is the second one, who
>> knows what going on on mingw world ;-):
>> http://pastebin.com/96xS1WHt
>> Should i file the bug request on winehq project?
> No idea - it still might be some misconfiguration that is not covered by
> the configure checks, or something, no real idea :-(  It builds for me
> here, but of course, I first got it to build, and then tried hard to
> reproduce my fails, and cover them in configure, but apparently I must
> have had some pre-configured things, or something.
> As you asked on the irc:
>> rpm -qf /usr/lib/wine/libkernel32.def
> wine-devel-1.5.9-178.1
> wine-devel-32bit-1.5.9-178.1
> The best might be to extend the winegcc check so that it we do that only
> when we are trying to build the msi; OTOH we should default to that
> ASAP...
> Sorry for the trouble :-(,
> Kendy

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