[Clam-devel] MSVC... Maybe some stupid questions.

David García Garzón dgarcia at iua.upf.edu
Thu Jul 12 14:48:03 PDT 2007

You are a Debian user so i think you will love this alternative to MSVC:

We are still pending of trying MinGW from windows itself. ;-)

On Thursday 12 July 2007 19:01:09 Giulio Paci wrote:
> Hi to all,
>     after a long time developing with Debian I've decided to test our
> synthesizer
> on Windows too.  So I've checked out code from subversion repository
> and then
> looked for some install information. I've read the INSTALL file and
> the pages on
> the wiki. Obviously I wanted the fastest way, 'cause I wanted only to
> test my
> own program and not CLAM framework.
>     After a while I've decided to compile the library with Visual
> Studio 7.1, because
> I have a machine already configured with it and because You supply a
> package
> with precompiled dependencies for this compiler, except for portaudio,
> which I've
> compiled.
>     As I started scons for compilation, I've found that there was a
> compatibility problem
> with dirent.h interface. So I downloaded a nice replacement for it
> from PostgreSQL.
> Just after I've managed this issue I had a lot of minor problems, so
> I've searched this
> mailing list and I've found a mail from Pau and this bug:
> https://projectes.lafarga.cat/tracker/?func=detail&atid=171&aid=271&group_i
> So my questions:
> 1) Is MSVC unsupported for CLAM or just for the NetworkEditor?
> 2) Is it useful that I fix all the minor problems so that I can made
> CLAM compile with MSVC?
> 3) Is there any precompiled package for dependencies (or CLAM
> framework) to use with MinGW
> or with Cygwin?
> Moreover, if MSVC is unsupported maybe information of installation of
> CLAM with it should
> be removed from INSTALL file and wiki.
> Cheers,
> Giulio.
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