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« Reply #15 on: August 08, 2006, 06:19:17 pm »

Version 22 of winlibs is not compatible with the pseudo-stable release. For pseudo-stable release you need version 18. You should uninstall version 22 and then install version 18 instead.

So the correct steps are:

- Install mingw
- Install msys
- Get the pseudo-stable of CS and extract it somewhere
- Install cswinlibs version 18 and let it point to the correct location where you put CS.
- Execute msys
- Go to the directory where you extracted pseudo-stable of CS.
- Type: ./configure
- Type: jam

That should be it.

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« Reply #16 on: August 08, 2006, 06:28:04 pm »

The CS directory continues being equal, therefore I do not understand the difference between using a version or another one, with respect to the CS configuration.

I have installed everything in the correct directories?? ?So that the CS directory does not contain the file makefile?
It makes a difference to the configure script, which in part creates the makefile. So as long as the configure doesn't work, you don't need to try make or jam.
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« Reply #17 on: August 08, 2006, 07:33:24 pm »

It makes a difference to the configure script, which in part creates the makefile. So as long as the configure doesn't work, you don't need to try make or jam.

I do not understand that you mean to me.? You could explain it to me?? My problem is why you comment to me?
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« Reply #18 on: August 08, 2006, 08:06:45 pm »

I want to explain why the makefile isn't there, and why it makes a difference when you install different versions of the winlibs package. That's no explanation why configure doesn't work, sorry.

Don't miss Jorrit's previous post !
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« Reply #19 on: August 09, 2006, 11:24:55 am »

Version 22 of winlibs is not compatible with the pseudo-stable release. For pseudo-stable release you need version 18. You should uninstall version 22 and then install version 18 instead.

So the correct steps are:

- Install mingw
- Install msys
- Get the pseudo-stable of CS and extract it somewhere
- Install cswinlibs version 18 and let it point to the correct location where you put CS.
- Execute msys
- Go to the directory where you extracted pseudo-stable of CS.
- Type: ./configure
- Type: jam

That should be it.

Greetings,
I have uninstall everything and I have returned to install following it the steps that you said to me.? ?
- I have installed MinGW without no problem
- I have installed SYS and during the installation the Windows shell has been opened (cmd.exe) and it has asked to me if I have installed MinGW? ?
? which I have answered that yes and where it was installed. During the installation the exit was:? ?
? ? ? ? ? ? ?You have script /bin/awk
? ? ? ? ? ? ?You have script /bin/cmd .....
? ? ? ? ? ? ?Oh joy, you do not have C: /MinGW/bin/make.exe. Keep it that way.? ?
? Is this a problem? ?that version of MinGW I must install?? ?
- On the other hand, in the installation of the libraries that option I must choose:? ? ?For VC7.0 & VC7.1? ? ? or? ? ? For VC8

Thanks
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« Reply #20 on: August 09, 2006, 11:27:39 am »

Version 22 of winlibs is not compatible with the pseudo-stable release. For pseudo-stable release you need version 18. You should uninstall version 22 and then install version 18 instead.

So the correct steps are:

- Install mingw
- Install msys
- Get the pseudo-stable of CS and extract it somewhere
- Install cswinlibs version 18 and let it point to the correct location where you put CS.
- Execute msys
- Go to the directory where you extracted pseudo-stable of CS.
- Type: ./configure
- Type: jam

That should be it.

Greetings,
I have uninstall everything and I have returned to install following it the steps that you said to me.? ?
- I have installed MinGW without no problem
- I have installed SYS and during the installation the Windows shell has been opened (cmd.exe) and it has asked to me if I have installed MinGW? ?
? which I have answered that yes and where it was installed. During the installation the exit was:? ?
? ? ? ? ? ? ?You have script /bin/awk
? ? ? ? ? ? ?You have script /bin/cmd .....
? ? ? ? ? ? ?Oh joy, you do not have C: /MinGW/bin/make.exe. Keep it that way.? ?
? Is this a problem? ?that version of MinGW I must install?? ?

This is ok. Don't worry. Mingw is now installed.

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- On the other hand, in the installation of the libraries that option I must choose:? ? ?For VC7.0 & VC7.1? ? ? or? ? ? For VC8

Thanks

Hmm. Select the latest I would say.

Greetings,
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