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Re: Targeting MSVCR90.DLL c runtime with MinGW
Thanks for your enthusiasm Miguel.
I do not need help building the binaries, they are building fine. You can help with step
b) here by providing a PNG file for the installer, I need it real soon.
When the installer is done, you can help with step c) also.
On 02/05/2013 03:53 PM, Miguel Angel Ajo Pelayo wrote:
> I know that Brian will go faster than me at this (I even didn't know what an spec file was, and I've
> been cross-compiling gccs for a decade now…),
> But I still want to row as I can on this boat :-),
> Dick, where did you put the patch? , I will try to build it from an standard 32bit Debian
> and see where do we get.
> Miguel Angel Ajo
> skype: ajoajoajo
> On 05/02/2013, at 21:05, Dick Hollenbeck <dick@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Thank-you for the information Dick.
>>> I use several Ubuntu and Debian VM's on my Win64 PC, so no problem.
>>> I wonder why I bother running things on the Windows OS really, I mean a Linux VM that's
>>> given 4Gb RAM and 4 cores certainly rips along on my PC so really native linux apps are
>>> not a problem to run.
>>> I see open source being able to take the decision not to bother running on all OS's
>>> natively very soon. I mean I could easily run KiCad on a Linux VM. Why cant VirtualBox
>>> just be a pre-requisite of running the software? Perhaps I'm just where you were years ago!?
>>> I'm certainly not interested in anything autotools, especially on Windows. I've read
>>> books on autotools and done projects with autotools, and I hated every minute of it. I
>>> really like CMake, it's such a massive improvement.
>>> I can do any testing you need doing on Windows, just shout. Thanks again for all your
>>> efforts, they are appreciated by many people!
>>> Best Regards, Brian.
>> Your participation and communications convey a clear message of competence.
>> And thanks very much for your commitment to teamwork.
>> It is extremely appreciated, as I am not a Windows user so my work in this is clearly not
>> for me.
>> It is nice knowing somebody else can both grasp and carry on at the right time.
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