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From Jürgen Schmidt <jogischm...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: [build] Windows build inclusive nss and moz
Date Fri, 16 Dec 2011 15:34:35 GMT
On 12/16/11 2:52 PM, Oliver-Rainer Wittmann wrote:
> Hi,
>
> until yesterday all my local Windows builds of AOO on the way to our "IP
> cleared" milestone are made more or less without the copy-left
> components - using configure option --disable-copyleft (it is currently
> the default).
>
> As Andre has started working on a certain configure option to enable the
> build of copy-left (category-b) components I wanted to try to build nss
> and moz in advance.
> In the following I am documenting my experiences and my solutions to get
> a corresponding build done.
>
> In advance, here in my system setup:
> - Windows 7
> - Visual Studio C++ 2008 Express
> - Windows SDK for Windows 2008 Server
> - JDK 1.6.0_27
> Thus, I am also using the configure options --disable-directx,
> --disable-atl and --disable-activex.

--disable-directx is not necessary, Andé has fixed something that it is 
now supported.

Juergen

>
> Here is my journey:
> As default configure option --disable-copyleft disables the build of nss
> and moz I added configure option --enable-copyleft to my configure call.
> The following configure run did not succeed:
> <configure output>
> [snip]
> checking whether to enable build of Mozilla/Mozilla NSS-using
> components... yes
> checking whether to build Mozilla addressbook connectivity... yes
> checking whether to build XML Security support... yes
> checking whether to build LDAP configuration backend... yes
> checking which LDAP SDK to use... Netscape/Mozilla
> checking which mozilla to use... internal
> checking for toolkit mozilla should use... checking whether to build
> Mozilla/SeaMonkey... yes
> checking whether to build provided NSS module... yes
> checking for Mozilla build tooling... ok
> configure: error: Building SeaMonkey is supported with Microsoft Visual
> Studio .NET 2005 only.
> </configure output>
>
> I remembered that in the Windows building guide [1] something about
> prebuilts and Mozilla binary distribution was said. Thus, I added
> configure option --disable-build-mozilla and copied the corresponding
> prebuilts, found at [2], in the folder main/moz/zipped/
>
> The next run of the configure did not succeed, too:
> <configure output>
> [snip]
> checking whether to enable build of Mozilla/Mozilla NSS-using
> components... yes
> checking whether to build Mozilla addressbook connectivity... yes
> checking whether to build XML Security support... yes
> checking whether to build LDAP configuration backend... yes
> checking which LDAP SDK to use... Netscape/Mozilla
> checking which mozilla to use... internal
> checking for toolkit mozilla should use... checking whether to build
> Mozilla/SeaMonkey... no
> checking whether to build provided NSS module... yes
> checking for Mozilla build tooling... configure: error: Mozilla build
> tooling not found.
> Use the --with-mozilla-build option after installing the tools obtained
> from http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/mozilla/libraries/win32
> </configure output>
> Now, I was somehow confused:
> I have specified that the build of moz is disable, why should I install
> Mozilla build tooling. Consulting the configure.in (source for the
> configure script) and the Internet gave me the answer. For building nss
> the Mozilla build tooling is needed.
> Thus, I installed the Mozilla build tooling, found at the above given
> location, and I added configure option
> --with-mozilla-build=c:/mozilla-build.
> The following configure run went well, but having the configure options
> --disable-build-mozilla and --with-mozilla-build=c:/mozilla-build side
> by side looks very strange.
> Now, it was time to start the build. The build took some time and failed
> in module instsetoo_native. Build of modules nss and moz worked well,
> while in module moz the prebuilts are unpacked instead of performing a
> build.
> The build failed in module instsetoo_native due to some missing files in
> main/external/msvcp71/ and main/external/msvcp80/
> - msvcr71.dll in main/external/msvcp71/ - it comes from the Visual
> Studio C++ 2003 - I am not sure, if it is really needed.
> - msvcp80.dll and msvcr80.dll in main/external/msvcp80/ - these come
> from the Visual Studio C++ 2005 - may be there are needed for the
> prebuilts in module moz (SeaMonkey), but I am not sure.
> After providing these files in the corresponding folders the build
> succeeded.
>
> The following features are available in the installed Apache OpenOffice:
> - Digital signatures (Menu File - Digital Signatures)
> - Macro Security (Menu Tools - Options - Security - button "Macro
> Security")
> - Uno Service com.sun.star.security.CertificateContainer is available.
> This can be tested with the following Basic script:
> <basic script>
> test = createUnoService("com.sun.star.security.CertificateContainer")
> msgbox test.dbg_methods
> </basic script>
>
> I hope this helps others to get a Windows build inclusive nss and moz.
>
> May be Andre is inspired in his work regaring the configure script - the
> one or the other improved hint or message from the configure script
> might help.
>
> I think that the prebuilts for module moz (SeaMonkey version 1.1.4)
> should be available inside our SVN repository. One option would be to
> directly check them in into folder main/moz/zipped/ where they are
> needed. Another option would be that the bootstrap script triggers a
> corresponding download, similar to our ext_sources mechanism.
> More options?
> Which option do we prefer?
>
>
> Best regards, Oliver.
>
> [1]
> http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/Building_Guide/Building_on_Windows
>
> [2] http://tools.openoffice.org/moz_prebuild/OOo3.2


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