From: Paul Garceau <pgarceau@qw...> - 2001-05-18 21:58:29
On 18 May 2001, at 10:49, the Illustrious Kent Mein wrote:
> I'm trying to compile some plugins as a dll for
> blender(http://www.blender.nl) with the following compile options:
> /usr/local/cross-tools/bin/i386-mingw32msvc-gcc -I. -g -Wall -c \
> -o rtilings.o rtilings.c
> /usr/local/cross-tools/bin/i386-mingw32msvc-dllwrap -I. --export-all \
> --add-indirect --def tex.def -o rtilings.dll rtilings.o -lm
I understand you are cross-compiling. There are a few people here who
may be able to answer this Iff you can give us OS you are working on,
as well as target you are aiming for, and which release of the Mingw
runtime you are using (Mingw from SourceForge is latest, Khans' legacy
Mingw32 is being deprecated except as a "legacy" release).
Unfortunately, I am not familiar enough with the problems that come up
with cross-compiling to answer this.
Here's what I was able to discern from looking at makefile and your C
You are wanting to cross-compile using some version of Mingw. You are
attempting to deal with an Irix issue. You are not using Win32, but
may be using Irix, Linux or some other Unixy type OS.
Those that can answer the question below will likely need a lot more
information before they can really help.
> Most of them work however I'm having problems with the ones that
> call external functions. What do I need to do in those cases?
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