[sword-devel] Compiling under Linux
Sat, 25 May 2002 14:50:06 -0700
You have enable-icu turned on. You either need to turn that off or
download/install icu-sword from CVS (it is module icu-sword on
crosswire.org). Once you get it, you can follow the instructions at
dUnix to build.
You can use cygwin or (I haven't tested, but I believe) mingw, both of
which are free, to compile on windows. Otherwise, you can download
windows binaries at http://www.crosswire.org/sword/diatheke. These are
old, and based on a pre-1.5.3 Sword, but I will update them soon I hope.
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> Subject: [sword-devel] Compiling under Linux
> I am running Mandrake Linux 8.0. I can not compile the sword
> library (1.5.3) at all. It says
> that it needs the include files a unicode directory. I have
> checked all the include directories
> and can not find the mentioned files. Where are the unicode
> include located? What rpm
> package contains them?
> Also, is it possible to cross-compile in Linux for a windows
> executable? I do not have a
> windows compiler and would like to compile the diatheke
> program for windows. I am
> making a frontend in Tcl/Tk that uses that program (a
> modified version for performing
> multiple requests) and want to try it under Windows also.
> Thanks for your help.
> Richard Guay