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From liu hf <liuh...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: framework use some unix's function, not apr
Date Wed, 28 Nov 2012 06:22:26 GMT
I run chapter01-greeting-example successfully.
Thanks Alexander.


2012/11/27 Alexander Broekhuis <a.broekhuis@gmail.com>

> Hi
>
> 2012/11/27 liu hf <liuhaif@gmail.com>
>
> > Looking forward to the code. We can test it on windows 7 and windows 2008
> > R2.
>
>
> I've committed all the changes. Currently the following subprojects should
> work:
> * Utils
> * Framework
> * Launcher
> * Shell
> * Shell TUI
> * Log Writer
> * Log Service
> * Examples (excluding GTK based example)
>
> Next is some documentation, this still needs to be done. But for a quick
> start:
> Pre:
> * Install CMake
> * Build all dependencies (APR, CURL, ZLib, etc).
> * Run the CMake-GUI
>
> CMake:
> In the gui select the source and binary dir.
> * Source -> celix its trunk
> * Binary -> a directory next to the celix trunk (usually celix-build)
> Next run "Configure", select the Visual Studio version and continue.
> Now CMake will complain about missing includes. Scroll through the list and
> point them to the correct locations.
> (Select advanced to see all if some are missing).
> Also enable the BUILD_EXAMPLES option. Required dependencies are
> automatically enabled.
> After changing paths rerun "Configure", "Generate" will become enabled if
> all is ok. (Note: "No Jar support" and "No GTK" warning can be ignored, the
> build takes care of these)
> Run "Generate", this generates the Visual Studio project files in
> "celix-build".
> Open the project in Visual Studio and build the Solution.
>
> See the BUILDING file for info on where the deployed files are places. This
> is the same on Linux as on Windows.
>
> I haven't tested anything extensively, so I don't know how it behaves at
> runtime.
>
> I hope you can get it working, if something isn't clear, or there are bugs,
> please reply. I'll start writing on some documentation later today
> or tomorrow.
>
>
> --
> Met vriendelijke groet,
>
> Alexander Broekhuis
>

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