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[quote=Zolid] Hi, Im not actually a c++ programmer so probably thats why Im having trouble. I have been trying to get K-meleon to work but to no avail. There seems to be different suggestions of how to do this when you google... There is documentation dating back to 2001 even that is probably not working anymore. I installed virtual XP, Visual Studio 2003 .net and followed this guide instead since it sounded easy enough: ----> The Easy way Build requirements ■ K-Meleon build environment (based on 1.5a1 source code) ■ Microsoft Visual C++. Version 7.1 (Visual Studio 2003). Building Open src\KMeleon.sln in VS2003, choose the configuration (Release or Release Unicode) and build. Doesn't work? Use the mailing list or the developement forum if you have any questions. You can also update the source code using a CVS client (look at WinCVS or TortoiseCVS). <---- With windows 7 Virtual XP. First off when building the project according to this guide it crashes due to the folder release/components not being there. So most probably what is not mentioned is that you somehow need to build the mozilla dlls... After building successfully you get an error: nsp4.dll missing when running the program. So I download Firefox 2.0 and get all the .dll files etc etc. Now running K-meleon.exe with all the DLLs just results in silent fail. Running it in debug mode gives an error in mfcembed.cpp "Debug Assertion Failed"? ... Maybe the dlls does not correspond to the linked non built dll files... But I dont know how to build the dll files from the mozilla sources? How is this supposed to work? How do I compile nsp4.dll and the rest of the needed files? Why is there so many crappy old guides that dont work? Seems I get different guides everytime I google it. Can I please get instructions on how to build k-meleon easily, I dont want to have to fix the code to work with newer versions of vc without even getting it to work with a sln file from 2003 and provided with a complete working project?? I also have VS 2005, 2008, 2010 in windows 7. What I am looking for is a minimalistic webbrowser that doesnt need installation and can be run from a network share in all x86 windows environments without a hassle. But I also want to be able to make some modifications like removing certain functions etc... But that comes later. Hope to get some good answers. Sourcefiles, instructions of what environment to set up that will definetely work without modifying the source.[/quote]
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