one more data point: just tried vym in wine, but wine gives up, because there doesn't seem to
be a DBUS Server...
On Tue, Jul 24, Uwe Drechsel (@vym) wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 23, Uwe Drechsel (@vym) wrote:
> > On Mon, Jul 23, Eduard Bachmakov wrote:
> > > Hey everyone,
> > >
> > > I love Vym so I figured that since it's Qt based it shouldn't be too
> > > hard to make it run on Windows.
> > >
> > > Here's what happened (Qt 4.8.1, mingw 4.4.0, vym from git master):
> > >
> > > 1. Dbus is Linux only so I yanked it out in a pretty ugly way to see
> > > what happens.
> > > - Is dbus is any way optional (with a compile time setting or
> > > something I didn't see)?
> > It's only used for running external scripts so far, so I'd say optional
> > for windows. (I don't know windows, if people would want to use
> > scripting there, we'd have to use ad different interface)
> > b) Neither saving nor loading works
> > - Need to look deeper ...
> > Now a few questions: Am I doing something wrong (I'm pretty new to Qt
> > dev)? Is any of this being actively worked on?
> I just found an old version of Win XP, still SP1 and tried vym in a
> virtual box: All the Qt stuff seems to be there, but vym cannot be
> started due to missing "DecodePointer" function in Kernel32.dll.
> I guess that's related to my old Windows...
> Patrick, can you have a look and maybe also give us a hint how you
> packaged vym?