building gda-dev2 on windows XP Pro SP2
andi5.py at gmx.net
Sun Mar 16 09:39:20 EDT 2008
Am Sonntag, den 16.03.2008, 07:38 -0500 schrieb Mike or Penny Novack:
> > I haven't done much work on Gnucash on Linux or Windows but I was able
> > to get it to compile under Windows by following the instructions on
> > this page:
> > http://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Windows
> > There are a few manual steps and then a script that downloads and
> > installs a bunch of tools and then compiles the code.
> > I still haven't figured out how to just compile the local code, the
> > default scripts seem to go out to the svn repository and pull down the
> > latest code every time.
> > Anyone know anything about debugging Gnucash under windows?
> I should have been more explicit about my situation?
> I cannot do downloads here -- especially not downloads of unknown size.
> In other words, in need the sort of information that one gives to a
> download/burning service that I have them get me the software on CD or
> DVD that I can then install. It really isn't practical working it any
> other way (can't ever get a net data transfer much faster than 3000
> bytes/second over just a phone line).
Please take a look at
especially defaults.sh for the URLs and install.sh for how they are
used. Once you have all packages in your DOWNLOAD_DIR, you should be
able to run install.sh without network access, at least I hope so.
Pre-compiled versions of emacs can be found
at ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/emacs/windows/ (if you want to use miktex as
well, take a look at
Additionally, you will want to use gdb as debugger, see
http://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Windows#Debugging_with_gdb . I have
updated that page a little bit, but it probably needs more input from
those actively developing with Windows :-)
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