[Vm-dev] CMake for Windows?
laurent.laffont at gmail.com
Mon May 17 19:14:03 UTC 2010
easy_squeakvm here http://github.com/lolgzs/easy_squeakvm.
It's github so you can fork it easily (I would love squeakvm sources on
github :). Don't hesitate to ask for write access.
On Mon, May 17, 2010 at 5:37 PM, Mariano Martinez Peck <
marianopeck at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, May 16, 2010 at 11:15 PM, Geoffroy Couprie <geo.couprie at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Here is the latest set of files for CMake:
>> (you have to remove platforms/win32/vm/config.h to make it build)
>> I tried to remove the dependency on the Squeak-win2-tools package. The
>> Direct3D code still uses a lot of DirectX 7 structures, and the recent
>> MinGW toolchain provides DirectX 8, so the B3DAccelerator plugin
>> doesn't build right now. If it's ok, I'll send other patches to make
>> it work with the new version. Otherwise, it's possible to modify
>> config.cmake for B3DAccelerator to use DirectX 7.
>> Could these patches be included now? The Unix VM builds without any
>> problem, so it can become the main way to build it (just replace
>> platforms/unix/cmake/configure by platforms/cmake/configure in the
>> tutorials). There may still be some problems with the Windows build,
>> but I'll send more patches once these are pushed in the svn :)
> Hi Geoffroy. This is cool work. I cannot help you in the details of how to
> commit that in SVN as I have no idea. Listen to David.
> Now...I have a couple of ideas:
> 1) regardless that, it would be really really cool if you can document all
> this in the pharo collaborative book. As you can see there is already a
> chapter for VM
> and the windows part is empty:
> So...we can write the two possibilities to compile in Windows: the standard
> one and this new one using CMake.
> You can start writing the one of CMake :)
> If you want, please just let us know and we create a user for you.
> 2) In addition, I think it would be a good idea to have a Git for scripts
> for the VM. If Squeak VM developers like them, they can also include it in
> the svn.
> Laurent Laffont already has a git repository with scripts like
> easy_squeakvm or something like that. So, you may want to commit your code
> there too.
> 3) What about integrating like easy_squeakvm with this ? or do a
> easy_squeakvm version of CMake for winwows ? I would love to do for
> ./easy_squeakvm.sh --os=Windows or ./easy_squeakvm.sh --os=Unix
> 4) Would be really great to have a Screencast about how to compile windows
> with CMake :)
> Cheers and continue pushing.
>> Best regards,
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