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From "Dennis E. Hamilton" <dennis.hamil...@acm.org>
Subject RE: Who wants to build OpenOffice? - win32, win64
Date Wed, 31 Aug 2011 15:19:06 GMT
Thanks Mathias,

I have seen some of those posts on LO, but I didn't see/understand details.

I can imagine there are differences because of changes in how VS2010 uses MSBuild, although
I don't know why command-line use of cl.exe from the Make would have changed.  It will be
interesting to find out exactly what changed that is a problem.

I suppose the idea would be to find out how to make it work with 2010 (I am slow anyhow),
with the goal of building a win-64bit version of OO.o.  If there are C++ Language changes,
that is a bigger problem of course.

I will keep looking for what is necessary.  I have VC++ 2008 Express Edition and SDK 7.0 on
my Tablet PC.  It can probably be used for a reality check.  Based on what you said about
doing a build from a USB drive, I think I can work on the Tablet PC and build from a shared
folder on my local network.  

Thanks for the feedback.

 - Dennis

-----Original Message-----
From: Mathias Bauer [mailto:Mathias_Bauer@gmx.net] 
Sent: Wednesday, August 31, 2011 01:02
To: ooo-dev@incubator.apache.org
Subject: Re: Who wants to build OpenOffice?

Hi Dennis,

Am 31.08.2011 02:32, schrieb Dennis E. Hamilton:

> I'll bite.  I've got a Dell XPS 9100 running Windows 7 x64 with 1.6TB
> free on the HD (only 7200RPM though, keeps my Windows Experience
> Index at 5.9 - everything else in 7.7-7.8), 18GB DDR3 RAM, and Intel
> i7X980 processor.  I've got a few more TB on a LAN-based server; I
> suspect compiling from an SVN Working Copy there is probably not a
> smart idea, though I could try that someday.
> 
> I already have an SVN Working copy on the local HD.  I am certain
> there are tools I don't have.  I am also running Visual C++ 2010 (not
> 2008) Express Edition on this box, so that will provide an
> interesting challenge.  Microsoft SDK v7.1 is installed but I don't
> seem to have the 64-bit compiler.

IIRC there are problems with Visual Studio 2010. I remember some posts
on the LibreOffice dev list, Tor Lillquist, Jesús Corrius and others.

Regards,
Mathias


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