[opensource-dev] Request for help on compiling Snowglobe
carlo at alinoe.com
Thu Feb 25 17:34:33 PST 2010
Linden Lab neither supports standalone nor 64bit. (Snowglobe is
often broken for standalone because it's never tested by LL
when they make changes).
On top of that, almost non of the opensource developers that
volunteer here use windows natively (I don't know of any).
I know that Robin did some work on windows, but in a virtual
machine I imagine? And he's really a debian guy, swamped with
lots of work.
I wish I could help, I haven't touched windows in my life :p
Hopefully I'm wrong and some windows expert will jump out
of nowhere, but otherwise I'm afraid that YOU will have to
become our windows standalone-build expert.
On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 03:21:47PM -0500, malachi wrote:
> i have been trying since snowglobe started to compile this thing. and
> for some reason i have yet to be successful in doing so. i think
> snowglobe hates me. i can compile the standard client source just fine.
> but when it comes to snowglobe i always seem to get hundreds of errors.
> so im finally done trying to sort it out alone....
> anyone here willing to spend a few minutes to help me figure out what is
> going wrong with snow that wont allow it to compile?
> i have tried this with visual studio 2008, visual c++ 2008 express,
> visual studio 2005, visual c++ 2005, i have tried all versions of cmake
> and python and have tried while using vista and win7 both 32bit and
> 64bit OS.
> so far im down to just Build: 21 succeeded, 50 failed, 30 up-to-date, 2
> skipped. which is way better than it was before lol.
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