Script to compile Wine programs on Windows
steven_ed4153 at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 25 13:10:45 CDT 2003
Maybe I missed something here but why do you need bin2res at all? WRC
can compile the resources to be linked by windres/MS_VC. We have the
#ifdef WINE in regedit because the ReactOS people are lazy and havent
merged wrc in to our CVS yet. I build these applications all the time
on Windows using MSYS and Cygwin. I really dont think we need to
support yet another way to build on Windows when you already have
MSYS/Cygwin or MS_VC and none of them work 100% right.
--- Alexandre Julliard <julliard at winehq.org> wrote:
> "Dimitrie O. Paun" <dpaun at rogers.com> writes:
> > I'm definitely missing something here. I figured that if we
> > have a file called rsrc.rc with 3 embedded bitmaps in it called
> > bitmap.bmp, we need a rule like so:
> > bitmap1.bmp bitmap2.bmp bitmap3.bmp: rsrc.rc
> > bin2res !<
> > That can be generated automatically, but from what you're saying
> > it will not work. Care to elaborate a bit?
> I thought you were talking about doing it in make depend, and this
> won't work. Now if you want to generate it directly into the
> Makefile.in then of course that's possible, but I don't think we want
> to generate rules, these belong in Make.rules. What you could do is
> have bin2res output a simple "RCBINARIES = bitmap1.bmp bitmap2.bmp"
> that we can then paste into the Makefile.in.
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