[sword-devel] wxSword Client
lefticus at gmail.com
Tue May 2 08:31:28 MST 2006
I have mentioned this problem with getting SWORD >1.5.7a to compile
under ming several times in different contexts. IIRC it is related to
the installMgr & ftp.
Greg, I'm sure you're familiar with the work I have done with getting
wxMozilla to work with mingw, You'll need that at some point if you
want r-to-l support.
Don't forget you are more than welcome to host your project on
On 5/1/06, Daniel Glassey <dglassey at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 01/05/06, Greg Hellings <greg.hellings at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Fellow developers,
> > I wrote into the list late last summer about starting a simplistic
> > wxWidgets-based sword client. I started that project last summer and worked
> > diligently through the summer months and got the client working basically
> > under Linux. However I kept running into problems getting the front-end to
> > compile under Windows. Now, however, I can claim that the wxSword client
> > can now compile under Linux as well as Windows in SVN. The windows
> > front-end only has basic HTML support, since integrating wxWidgets and
> > Mozilla was quite cumbersome. I'll be packing up a new source tarball and
> > probably the Windows executable within the next day or two to put up on
> > Sourceforge. The executable integrates with a currently installed SWORD
> > Project under either Linux or Windows with only the definition of the
> > SWORD_PATH environment variable.
> Hi Greg :)
> Great news.
> > It would, though, be nice if
> > post-sword1.5.7a would compile under Cygwin/MinGW on Windows.
> I haven't looked but is there a bug report somewhere. Er, if someone
> has time they might try cross-compiling with mingw on linux if they
> don't have windows.
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