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nightly builds?
Posted by: oxygenius
Date: August 01, 2003 05:02PM

hi,

are there any nightly builds as some SF projects do build autoamtically (eg. miranda im), and if so, where could i find them?

cu, w0lf.

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Re: nightly builds?
Posted by: void main()
Date: August 02, 2003 09:28AM

That will never happen unless we have more active developers working on this project.

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Re: nightly builds?
Posted by: oxygenius
Date: August 02, 2003 04:50PM

if mozilla/k-meleon would built with Mingw32/lcc32, i'd be one of those "more active developers". but after i'm rreading this "you ought to have M$ Visual Puke C++" everywhere - no chance!

cu, w0lf.

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Re: nightly builds?
Posted by: Andreas
Date: August 04, 2003 12:04AM

0.8 beta is being tested right now...

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Re: nightly builds?
Posted by: zoom
Date: August 04, 2003 03:46AM

The Devs as far as I know do not code in MS Visual anything, C++ maybe, Assembly possibly not. Hey MonkeeSage care to comment on the Oxymoronic topic here? I'll wait for 0.8 and then install It.

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Re: nightly builds?
Posted by: ra
Date: August 04, 2003 06:20AM

zoom,

have a look at this (out-dated but still true) page:

http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/docs/build.php

(MS) "Visual C++ 6 with service pack 3 or higher"

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Re: nightly builds?
Posted by: zoom
Date: August 05, 2003 06:16AM

Ok, So It's MS Visual C++, I have Borland C++, Any difference? Meaning would It work or not?

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Re: nightly builds?
Posted by: ra
Date: August 05, 2003 11:25PM

Dunno, just try it, but I suppose not...

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Re: nightly builds?
Posted by: basic
Date: August 06, 2003 01:33AM

note that building under anything other than MSVC6 would mean that some plugins may not work correctly. It is possible to build Mozilla under mingw32, so to port KMeleon to mingw32 shouldn't be too hard.

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Re: nightly builds?
Posted by: MonkeeSage
Date: August 06, 2003 03:47AM

Actually, K-M uses MFC, which is MSVS proprietary. No other IDEs can use it that I know of. It would be possible to port K-M from MFC into the wxWindows toolkit, and then it would compile and run on Linux or Win32 and it would be able to be compiled with any compiler / IDE, but that is the only way I know of.


Shelumi`El
Jordan

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