[Ecls-list] Anyone successfully built ECL-0.9i using VC8?
goffioul at imec.be
Tue Sep 19 07:41:25 UTC 2006
This means there were some compiling errors. Run nmake again
and look for the link command result.
Concerning the strnlen() problem, it has been fixed in the CVS,
but no new release has been made yet.
Concerning makeinfo.exe, I'm using GnuWin32 project for these
kind of utilities: http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/. makeinfo
is part of the TexInfo package.
> Hi, I'm a noob in ECL.
> Recently I downloaded the new free Microsoft compiler (VC8)
> and was trying to use it to build ECL-0.9i. After few days
> of hard work I managed to build ECL without any fatal error
> (a lot of warnings though).
> After the build I examined the "msvc" folder and found that
> ecl.lib is missing, and ecl.dll is basically empty. Then
> when I did the "nmake flatinstall", the process stopped
> complaining about the missing ecl.lib file.
> I just wondering if anyone can somehow show me the direction
> to solve this.
> Many thanks,
> W.L. Chiu
> The followings are the major problems I encountered when I
> was trying to build ECL-0.9i, and what I did to "fix" them.
> 1. The "strnlen():dllimport function not allowed" problem, as
> stated in the previous posts. I just commented out the code.
> 2. "Missing makeinfo.exe", I downloaded various makeinfo.exe
> from the internet but they are all too old (ie. < version
> 4.2). I ended up using the makeinfo.exe from the cygwin
> package (it's version 4.8).
> I'm not to sure if it is these "fixes" that results the
> missing ecl.lib problem.
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