Issues building the spec.o on win32 with mingw
steven_ed4153 at yahoo.com
Wed May 1 14:51:04 CDT 2002
Sorry about that. I meant to say that it still looks
for *.so imports when building the DLL like the way it
used to look for its imports for a *.so when building
a *.def. Not that it still does when building a *.def
If I try to build the dll under mingw when it gets the
spec it will bitch about not being able to open *.so
for import. Winebuild still builds the dllname.spec.c
anyway but if I run it again then I get the asm error.
Sorry I wasnt to clear about all of that. So what is
going to be the best way to go from here? I can build
the *.defs along with 90% of the source and then make
a dirty hack with dlltool/wrap that cuts winebuild
out. The only big problem I see is that the spec
contains the import information that has to be passed
I also still dont know if mingw/cygwin can link wrc
--- Alexandre Julliard <julliard at winehq.com> wrote:
> "Steven Edwards" <Steven_Ed4153 at yahoo.com> writes:
> > Any ideas? I really don't need the spec because I
> can do a -l if I can
> > build the .a for ntdll and a few others. I can use
> dlltool with the
> > *.defs and then I only need winebuild to make the
> *.defs. Only problem
> > is winebuild wants so's not dll's when building a
> def or looking for
> > imports. I was going to have a look at the
> loader/winedump code for
> > ideas but I thought I would ask here first.
> Why does it need to look for imports when building
> the .def file?
> I thought I had fixed that.
> Alexandre Julliard
> julliard at winehq.com
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