On Thu, Jan 15, 2015 at 7:05 PM, Rodney Nunya <redheadedrod(a)hotmail.com>
Has anyone tried to compile this under windows?
Not to my knowledge.
I will likely try building it under Linux (Latest Ubuntu) via a VM
have Win 8.1 on my development machines.
That's probably the shortest path to victory.
I figured out how to get Cmake to work on my machines and will likely
VS 2010 or 2012 to compile unless there is a more compatible C++ compiler.
I am assuming under linux you are using GCC which is also available for
windows as well.
There are 4 external libraries listed as requirements and I assume those
will be needed for my windows build as well. The libraries I mention are
libltdl (libtool), libjson-c, and boost from the readme file.
You also need glib and AMB uses dbus to communicate data to apps. So
you'll have to disable the dbus plugin in all likelihood.
Anyhow this is not a high priority project for me but I would like to
getting it to compile under windows in the next month if possible. I would
like to see if it will run under windows with little modification.
Beyond that I am assuming there is a way to tell cmake what OS it is being
built for so it will incorporate files based on the OS it is built on? And
if so how will that affect any project AMB is involved with such as TIZEN?
Will I need to build an equal but separate fork or will I be able to build
the Windows compatibility right in?
If you can get it to compile on windows and if it doesn't also break linux
builds, I'll be happy to accept the patch.
Asking before I get too involved in this...
Thanks for your time! If I can get it working it will save me lots of time
down the road.
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