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Building amaya on windows

From: Ramzi Guetari <Ramzi.Guetari@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 23 Feb 1998 14:53:31 +0000
Message-ID: <34F18D6A.4E1BAD5E@w3.org>
To: xywang@sec.ac.cn, www-amaya@w3.org, Larry@MonkeyFace.com
Hi,

Information about how to build Amaya on Windows platforms is available
in the www-amaya mailing list archives.

TO BUILD AMAYA ON WINDOWS, YOU NEED TO DOWNLOAD ADDITIONAL
FILES FROM:
ftp://opera.inrialpes.fr/pub/sources/amaya/amaya-compil-1.2.ZIP

You have to put Amaya sources and amaya-compil-1.2.ZIP in the same
directory and then
unzip them.

If you are using MSVC++ 5.0 you can also download the new Makefiles
allowing to
build the whole application (one pass) :
ftp://opera.inrialpes.fr/pub/sources/amaya/amaya-Makefile-1.2.ZIP
instead of compiling each library and the amaya application.

"Gao Zheng" <xywang@sec.ac.cn> wrote:

>Mr. Ramzi Guetari,
>
>I am a graduated student at the Software Engineering Center of Chinese
>Academy of Science. Your fabulous contribution ,the WWW
browsing/authoring
>tool "Amaya" greatly interested me. I downloaded the "Amaya" source
code
>from two ftp sites as your web pages specified. But I just cannot build
it
>because the following two reasons ( I am using Windows NT platform ):
> 1) The Amaya.mak for WinNT is referring a directory
"\users\opera\gefar
>i"
>which does exists on my computer. It doesnot matter much, I can fixed
it
>manually.
> 2) The windows resource file "Amaya.rc" and "winerrdata.c" is missing
i
>n
>the source code. I cannot ignore it and need your help.
>
>I have already downloaded the binary version of Amaya. It is really
nice,
>and I am much more eager to own the really compilable source code.
Please
>help me solve the problems. Maybe some day in the future, you can see
my
>contribution to "Amaya".
>
>Sincerely,
>
>xywang


Larry Blanchette <Larry@MonkeyFace.com> wrote:

>the file winerrdata.c is absent for the amaya-src-1_2.tar.gz on w3.org.

>this is apparently required for the NT build.
>
>larry



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