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I am using MinGW and eclipse for my IDE, should I be able to compile win32gui? I have tried a couple of times but keep getting errors. If you think I should be able to use only MinGW then I will try again and post my errors.
As far as I know, Eclipse is an IDE for java.
Anyway, you need MinGW and gcc 3.3+.
You can get them + an IDE from :
Eclipse also has a C\C++ environment that can use cygwin or MinGW. When I tried to build win32gui I used MinGW 3.4.2 from the command line. I would like to know if there is anything special in DevCPP that would not be in MinGW.
The IDE ;)
I assume it should work. But don't build win32gui from the command line. Use build_library.exe, in the root of where you unzipped the win32gui library.
I believe that's what I did. I will try again and let you know the results.
This is what I added to the GCC additional includes:
Here is the last part of the output:
...failed gcc-C++-action ..\bin\boost\build_lib\libwin32gui.lib\gcc\release\runtime-link-static\threading-multi\hyper_li
ib for lack of <@boost!build_lib\libwin32gui.lib\gcc\release\runtime-link-static\threading-multi>auto_mapping.obj...
...skipped <@boost!build_lib!stage!lib>libwin32gui-gcc-mt-s-1_31.lib for lack of <@boost!build_lib\libwin32gui.lib\gcc\r
...failed updating 58 targets...
...skipped 4 targets...
...updated 19 targets...
Libraries are found in the 'win32gui-lib/win32gui/lib' folder
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What else can I provide to be helpful?
What version are you building? As a side-note, I have tested the last version (v1.4.3) against gcc 3.3.1.
Please sent me all of the output to john at torjo dot com.