tim.ruehsen at gmx.de
Thu Sep 23 07:09:54 CDT 2004
i want to compile a small MFC based app using winelib/winemaker. The system is
Debian SID (upto date, daily patched) (wine 20040716).
As I understood from doc 'winelib-user/mfc-compiling' I have to compile MFC
first. I copied dir 'atlmfc' from VC7 onto my machine, cd'ing into
atlmfc/src/mfc und executing:
winemaker --mfc .
'checking for libntdll.so... configure: error: Could not find the Wine dlls
And really: libntdll.so is not on my system, but I can
Now I try to work around it by making a symbolic link
ln -s /usr/lib/wine/ntdll.dll.so /usr/lib/wine/libntdll.so
Again calling ./configure with the same options as above results in
'checking for atldef.h header... configure: error: Could not find the ATL
atldef.h does exist:
-rwxr--r-- 1 oms users 7569 Sep 23 13:09 /usr/oms/atlmfc/include/atldef.h
I played around with some other options to ./configure but the result stays
the same. I edited configure to wrok around it, but I get similar errors with
other includes (which exist as well).
Can anyone give me a hint what to do? (Yes, I read the docs, but they are
somewhat confusing... looks like something is missing there).
Thanks for your patience!
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