[jugglemaster] Moving JuggleMaster to github and new jmlib version
josx at interorganic.com.ar
Tue May 17 19:57:37 EDT 2011
On Lunes 16 Mayo 2011 08:25:41 josx escribió:
> On Jueves 12 Mayo 2011 13:30:19 Gary Briggs escribió:
> > On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 11:36:05PM +0900, Per Johan Groland wrote:
> > > > BTW I cant compile jmdlx because unicode support on Wx
> > > >
> > > > I am compiling with gcc in debian gnu/linux, this kind of error:
> > > > conversion from `const char' to `const wxString' is ambiguous
> > > >
> > > > Check Here:
> > > > http://wiki.wxwidgets.org/WxString
> > >
> > > I don't have wxwidgets set up at the moment, but I am pretty sure it
> > > compiled fine before, probably with an older wxwidgets. Is there
> > > perhaps an option that can be set in the makefile for non-unicode
> > > mode?
> > >
> > > If not, it should not be that much work to convert all the internal
> > > strings in jmdlx to Unicode. For the jmlib calls that expect a char*,
> > > it will be necessary to convert using one of the methods in the link
> > > you sent. Converting to UTF-8 seems the simplest, and I think that it
> > > will work correctly with jmlib (if not, let me know).
> > I started the conversion a long time ago, but at the time I didn't
> > really comprehend what I was doing; everything went to hell, and I never
> > committed it.
> > It'll build find with wx2.4, but that's obviously a bit out of date
> > right now. Since you're on debian, though, there's wx2.4 packages
> > available that you can use.
> > Gary (-;
> I have changed my local version to compile with wx2.6.
> WIth _T() on string so then I can translate to another language ( my mother
> language is spanish)...
> I could compile it, also I have changed makefile to support new sqlite
> But sometging went wrong when executing....segmentation fault....(someting
> with sqlite). I will debug it and tell you later hat happend....
After some effort I have compiled jmdlx and aajm
I have forked on github
you can checkit out here:
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