[impdev] Request for Windows testers. VS 2010 Express.
cbredgrave at gmail.com
Thu Jan 20 19:21:28 PST 2011
In fact, my point would be more to find a way of compiling Imp without
Visual Studio, for the reason that even the free version requires
registration to Microsoft with RL informations, which I don't want to
provide and be associated with the license (no, i won't enter fake info into
a license, against my principles). Eclipse runs fine on Windows, and
probably not that much difficult to use as a project manager. I don't know
much about what compiler else than MS's could do it. Obviously, the
possibility of compiling for all 3 platforms at the same time is very
seductive. Again, just dreaming, I guess ;)
On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 10:15 PM, Nicky Perian <nickyperian at yahoo.com>wrote:
> Totally unqualified to answer about open tools. But... I used Eclipse for
> LSL and found at the time a difficult learning curve. But, once used to it
> it did provide compact optimized scripts.
> doable, my guess is yes. I would love to have one environment and be able
> to output the three packages. Of course just guessing that Apple is closer
> to Linux/GCC than Windows.
> *From:* CB Redgrave <cbredgrave at gmail.com>
> *To:* ImpDev at lists.imprudenceviewer.org
> *Sent:* Thu, January 20, 2011 9:03:41 PM
> *Subject:* Re: [impdev] Request for Windows testers. VS 2010 Express.
> Nicky, just wanted to say, that's fantastic. It was about time. Last time i
> tried compiling a viewer, i installed 2010 by mistake and had to downgrade
> to 2008, not even sure if i didn't go down to 2005. Since you got the
> code-fu, may I ask if you think that would be a total fantasy to be able to
> compile using only open tools? I wondered if it would be possible like to
> use Eclipse to manage the project, and GCC (or whatever) as a compile
> environment. Just wondering if you think it's something eventually doable.
> Again many thanks and kudos for that
> On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 9:50 PM, Nicky Perian <nickyperian at yahoo.com>wrote:
>> I have pulled together what I think is a good procedure to build
>> imprudence 1.4.0 using Visual Studio 2010 Express Edition. The instructions
>> are here:
>> http://wiki.kokuaviewer.org/wiki/User:Nicky_Perian#Imprudence_VS_2010_Build_Instructions <http://wiki.kokuaviewer.org/wiki/User:Nicky_Perian#Imprudence_VS_2010_Build_Instructions>
>> Need help with more eyes and different Windows OS versions. I was on
>> Windows 7/64.
>> Please help.
>> Thanks in advance.
>> ImpDev mailing list
>> ImpDev at lists.imprudenceviewer.org
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