Because I only build mingw I actually copied the QT supplied version to my main folder but had to add zlib 2.7 and a couple of other headers and dll.a's. I forget what they were but they were asked for when building so I just located them and put copies where they were needed. I have not tried the MSVC version.
I have no trouble building the current version in mingw and it runs OK but the log file refers to lots of missing stuff
Also stellarium takes about a minute to load now because I have all star catalogues and a checksum is done every time I have a new load.
> Date: Fri, 21 Feb 2014 01:15:37 +0100 > From: firstname.lastname@example.org > To: email@example.com > Subject: Re: [Stellarium-pubdevel] Correcting QtQuick to QtQuick 2.0 > > Hi Barry, > > yes, I am also sure it alwas was available in MinGW builds. But now we try > on MSVC (to get ANGLE support), so there should be some include path > configured, or at least some working unistd.h (plus some DLLs?) added to > "src/core/external"? Or would one have to install another instance of > MinGW (independent from Qt?) in addition to Qt/MSVC now? > > G. > > > On Fr, 21.02.2014, 00:26, Barry Gerdes wrote: > > Hi Georg > > > > I can only help with unistd.h > > It is mainly in Mingw but it appears in about 30 places on my XP search > > > > Barry > > > >> Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2014 22:04:28 +0100 > >> From: firstname.lastname@example.org > >> To: email@example.com > >> Subject: Re: [Stellarium-pubdevel] Correcting QtQuick to QtQuick 2.0 > >> > >> Hi! > >> > >> I try to build windows-cleanup on both netbooks with > >> MSVC2012/free[update3] and Qt5.2.1/MSVC2012/Angle. (32bit) > >> > >> I added the path to gettext programs in CMakeCache.txt. Zlib was found > >> in > >> GnuWin32 dir. However, and after disabling all plugins for now, I get > >> another error: > >> > >> c:\program files (x86)\gnuwin32\include\zconf.h(289): fata error C1083: > >> File (Include) cannot be opened: "unistd.h": No such file or directory. > >> > >> I understand this is Unix specific, so where would that be found on > >> Windows? (you seem to have it?) > >> > >> Thanks, > >> Georg > >> > >> > >> On Do, 20.02.2014, 14:34, Fabien Chéreau wrote: > >> > gettext and libiconv are not necesary anymore to build stellarium. I > >> suppressed those dependencies to use Qt translate stuff instead. gettext > >> is required only to generate the .pot, but it's an external > >> tool, > >> > and this doesn't need to be done on windows. > >> > Fabien > >> > > > > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ > Managing the Performance of Cloud-Based Applications > Take advantage of what the Cloud has to offer - Avoid Common Pitfalls. > Read the Whitepaper. > http://pubads.g.doubleclick.net/gampad/clk?id=121054471&iu=/4140/ostg.clktrk > _______________________________________________ > Stellarium-pubdevel mailing list > Stellariumfirstname.lastname@example.org > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/stellarium-pubdevel