Date: 2010-01-14 22:13:06 +0000 (Thu, 14 Jan 2010)
reformat list of dlls
--- trunk/tora/README.WINDOWS 2010-01-14 18:35:39 UTC (rev 3386)
+++ trunk/tora/README.WINDOWS 2010-01-14 22:13:06 UTC (rev 3387)
@@ -83,9 +83,10 @@
Above build will generate into the tora-build\RELEASE dir. Copy the various dll files from Qt, Postgres, MySQL
installs into that dir as well:
- comerr32.dll, gssapi32.dll, k5sprt32.dll, krb5_32.dll, libeay32.dll,
- libiconv-2.dll libintl-8.dll libmysql.dll libpq.dll oci.dll qsqlmysqld4.dll QtCore4.dll QtGui4.dll
- QtNetwork4.dll QtSql4.dll QtXml4.dll ssleay32.dll
+ comerr32.dll gssapi32.dll k5sprt32.dll krb5_32.dll libeay32.dll libiconv-2.dll libintl-8.dll libpq.dll ssleay32.dll
+ libmysql.dll qsqlmysqld4.dll
+ QtCore4.dll QtGui4.dll QtNetwork4.dll QtSql4.dll QtXml4.dll
Then you should be able to run tora.exe from that dir. This can be used to test prior to packaging.
(NOTE- Above is ghastly, surely there is a better way of doing this?!?!)
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