[Gtkradiant] Compiling ZeroRadiant on Windows 7
ttimo at ttimo.net
Tue Nov 16 15:30:43 CST 2010
You probably want to do that with me around on IRC. Ideally if someone
is going to work on getting a compiling environment together on
Windows for anything serious, it should be done in some kind of VM
environment so we can just store and distribute that.
Far as compiler, you should be ok with Visual Studio Express 2008 (the
free edition) or newer. You'll need to get the Gtk and dependent libs
from zerowing (they should be linked), but it's been so long those may
need to be updated as well.
On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 2:23 PM, Nerius Landys <nlandys at gmail.com> wrote:
> Guys, I'm going to try compiling and running ZeroRadiant on my Windows 7
> machine when I get home from work today.
> The instructions here:
> http://www.qeradiant.com/cgi-bin/trac.cgi/wiki/ZeroRadiant don't seem very
> Does anyone here have thorough experience compiling on Windows and you could
> share some knowledge with me?
> For example, what is "MSVC8"? (Google didn't really give me the answer.)
> Do I need to buy any software to compile and run ZeroRadiant on Windows?
> I have no idea how libraries such as Gtk are found (runtime) or you you
> compile against it (headers). I come from a UNIX background.
> Would be nice to even figure out how to bundle the whole application and run
> it easily, but that may be down the road.
> For right now I just want to compile and run in any way possible, so I can
> address any issues that Radiant has specific to Windows.
> - Rambetter
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