[sword-devel] Still trying to get a build
krzbia at ctm.gdynia.pl
Wed Apr 13 23:26:36 MST 2005
On the contrary I had almost no problems with getting the stuff compiled out
of the box.
I'm using BCB6. I've followed the procedure in
for SVN sources (today and yesterday version) it compiles smoothly.Three
days ago there was a problem with one file, but Troy did updated the project
file and now its OK.
My environment: XPSP2, BCB6, clean SVN version and ICU28dll.
*however* i do have a problem with sword tools as there is no bcb6 project
file for it. I'm asking kindly for it to be created by developers. Why?
Reasoning is simple: there are no 'nightly builds'. The only way to check
the newest version is to DIY. As Chris wrote, bcb5 is hard to get. bcb6 is
available in various newspaper cd/dvds (at least in Poland), and anyone can
get free personal license (and work on it with sword not violating the
license). The ultimate solution would be to be able to use freely available
compiler (as free command line compilers from borland 5.5). Currently, the
sufficient thing would be to get bcb6 project files for sword tools and take
care to sync project files.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Wade Maxfield" <wmaxfield w gmail.com>
To: "SWORD Developers' Collaboration Forum" <sword-devel w crosswire.org>
Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2005 6:14 PM
Subject: [sword-devel] Still trying to get a build
> I'm still trying to get a build using BCB6.
> I blew away everything and downloaded (using svn), biblecs, sword,
> and icu-sword.
> I loaded everything into Borland BCB6, and it did not complain.
> However, it still won't compile.
> The problem is that you don't include TntStdCtrls.hpp in your
> source code tree (along with others, perhaps?)
> I suspect the problem is you are using the tntware.com development
> packages, and don't realize this, as you've fixed that problem ages
> BTW I tried downloading the tntware packages for the tnt controls,
> and they don't compile and install cleanly. There is something
> missing in them, and the author wrote back that he didn't understand
> bcb6, so he couldn't help.
> So, what I'm asking for is 2 things:
> 1) Please include enough in your source tree for a compile right
> out of the box. The tntware license will allow this, as I understand
> 2) A tnt package set that I can install on BCB6 so I can do some
> development work.
> Finally, the Tutorial pointed to by previous links is broken, and
> I have not heard back from its author, so I expect that it won't be
> fixed. It might be best to remove the tutorial in that case.
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