sorry for the late reply, as I was attending a conference in Florence.
You must compile SIP as a shared module. From what I see the files
that you have are all static.
What you want is a dynamically linkable module. How to do that in
Windows is beyond my skills, as that is a very complex OS for Unix
programmers like myself ;-)
Your efforts would be hugely appreciated, though. If you get it
compiling, loading, and running, make sure that
you document all your steps. We would thank you immensely.
Dr Ricardo Fabbri
Professor of Computer Engineering
GNU/Linux registered user #175401
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From: Manoj Gudi <manoj.p.gudi@...>
Date: Sun, Sep 9, 2012 at 2:57 AM
Subject: SIP0.5.6 compilation using cygwin
I am compiling SIP which is required for my project particularly(and
unfortunately) in Windows7 32bit OS.
I have succesfully compiled SIP 0.5.6 which is available from
http://siptoolbox.sourceforge.net/ under cygwin (I already compiled
ImageMagick and AnImaL)
The problem I am facing is the loader.sce loader_inlcude.sce requires
a shared object file libsip.so which I am not getting anywhere
->exec('C:\Program Files\scilab-5.3.0\contrib\sip-0.5.6\loader.sce', -1)
addinter: The shared archive was not loaded: The specified procedure
could not be found.
the lib folder has following files
manoj@... /cygdrive/c/Program Files/scilab-5.3.0/contrib/sip-0.5.6/lib
libsip.a libsip.c libsip.la libsip.lo libsip2.la
Any idea how to solve this ?
Is there any SIP developer mailing list where I should ask this ?
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