Winelib and SCons
boaz at hishome.net
Thu Feb 17 02:13:19 CST 2005
Scott Ritchie wrote:
>Then, the developer needs to write his own makefiles and hammer autoconf
>and stuff into working right. This is the hard part, and it's where I
>gave up when trying to port Miranda Instant Messenger with Winelib even
>though it worked in MinGW. There are many other open source Windows
>apps out there that I'd like to try porting (say, eMule), but they're
>currently all written in Visual Studio and getting Visual Studio support
>into Winelib has been on our perpetual todo list for some years now.
I use dev-c++ from http://www.bloodshed.net/devcpp.html It has a very
good dsw importer and makes a most simple MinGW makefile that can be
used outside of dev-c++. Also on wine.
But who wants to go outside, It is loaded with goodies. Code completion
debugging class browser the works. It has only 2 flaws. That it doesn't
use the Scintilla editor, and that it doesn't drink it's own soup, see,
even though it is GPLed it is written in Delphi.
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