compiling problem with visual c++ 2010 ?

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tml
2012-02-06
2012-10-09
  • tml
    tml
    2012-02-06

    i have been download source of stellarium. i did : http://www.stellarium.org/
    wiki/index.php/CompileWithVisualCpp

    but, there arent
    C:\Zlib\include
    C:\SDL\include
    C:\freetype\include
    C:\libjpeg\include
    C:\libpng\include
    C:\Boost\include
    C:\GnuWin32\include
    or
    C:\Zlib\lib
    C:\SDL\lib
    C:\freetype\lib
    C:\libjpeg\lib
    C:\libpng\lib
    C:\Boost\lib
    C:\GnuWin32\lib
    .
    there aren't in source folder.

    if there is a vs project files, please give me.

    sorry my english.

     
  • Timothy Reaves
    Timothy Reaves
    2012-02-06

    Unfortunately, that info is out of date. Boost, thankfully, is no longer used.
    For the others that are needed, you will need to acquire them. I'm not a
    Windows use, so I cam't help more than that. I'm sure one of the other guys
    will respond with more details.

    Also, if you just need a more recent build, you cam download one from the
    LaunchPad site.

     
  • barrykgerdes
    barrykgerdes
    2012-02-06

    Building Stellarium from source has become much simpler since the days of SDL
    It now uses Nokia's QT version 4.7.1
    The instructions in the Wiki for building are relatively easy now once you
    download and install QT 4,7.1 SDK.
    This program contains just about everything needed except Cmake, Gettext, zlib
    and libiconv.
    I find building with msys easier than qt creator but this is a matter of
    choice.

    The procedures for downloading the dependants and installing them is in the
    wiki under compiling with windows.
    Downloading and installing on a Windows XP or Windows 7 takes about 2 hours if
    starting from scratch.

    Barry

     


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