Mingw bug

Hi Saro,

Thanks a lot for fixing this issue – and more generally for doing the useful
work of fixing compilation with mingw.

I am CC’ing the avogadro list so that your remark about A_EXPORT vs.
AVOGADRO_EXPORT reaches the concerned developers :slight_smile: It will also reach most
of the Kalzium developers there, as Pino is already aware of this issue.

Donald -> this might interest you !

Cheer,
Benoit

On Thursday 01 November 2007 21:19:10 Saro Engels wrote:

Benoît Jacob schrieb:

Hi,

Thanks for reporting this problem; Carsten is currently without internet
conection and I am 150% busy with my day job so we can’t do much about it
right now, not mentioning the fact that none of us has a mingw setup to
test with, so a patch from you is most welcome :slight_smile:

Otherwise, you can be assured that this bug will be automatically solved
in 4.1, as we will rely directly on libavogadro as a dependency (instead
of having our own snapshot) and libavogadro probably is/will be
well-tested on many platforms including mingw.

Cheers,

Benoit

Hi, again.
chehrlic mostly fixed the error for me :wink:
and we commited the changes to the kde svn.

There is another issue according to pino toscano: it should be
AVOGADRO_EXPORT instead of the used macro A_EXPORT . Since I am not sure
how much should be changed for kde 4.0.

I am currently working on trying out all of kde edu apps (on windows)
with as many dependencies as possible - and since kalzium uses quite a
lot, some more errors might follow. My current project is libfacile,
which doesn’t wants to be compiled under mingw. But perhaps I can find
some workarounds for that issue…

greetings SE

Is that what was causing the issue? Was something else using A_EXPORT?
I’m totally cool with changing it I’m just curious what it was
conflicting with.


Donald

(Thu, Nov 01, 2007 at 09:43:30PM +0100) Benoît Jacob jacob@math.jussieu.fr:

Hi Saro,

Thanks a lot for fixing this issue – and more generally for doing the useful
work of fixing compilation with mingw.

I am CC’ing the avogadro list so that your remark about A_EXPORT vs.
AVOGADRO_EXPORT reaches the concerned developers :slight_smile: It will also reach most
of the Kalzium developers there, as Pino is already aware of this issue.

Donald -> this might interest you !

Cheer,
Benoit

On Thursday 01 November 2007 21:19:10 Saro Engels wrote:

Benoît Jacob schrieb:

Hi,

Thanks for reporting this problem; Carsten is currently without internet
conection and I am 150% busy with my day job so we can’t do much about it
right now, not mentioning the fact that none of us has a mingw setup to
test with, so a patch from you is most welcome :slight_smile:

Otherwise, you can be assured that this bug will be automatically solved
in 4.1, as we will rely directly on libavogadro as a dependency (instead
of having our own snapshot) and libavogadro probably is/will be
well-tested on many platforms including mingw.

Cheers,

Benoit

Hi, again.
chehrlic mostly fixed the error for me :wink:
and we commited the changes to the kde svn.

There is another issue according to pino toscano: it should be
AVOGADRO_EXPORT instead of the used macro A_EXPORT . Since I am not sure
how much should be changed for kde 4.0.

I am currently working on trying out all of kde edu apps (on windows)
with as many dependencies as possible - and since kalzium uses quite a
lot, some more errors might follow. My current project is libfacile,
which doesn’t wants to be compiled under mingw. But perhaps I can find
some workarounds for that issue…

greetings SE


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