[En-Nut-Discussion] Working Windows build?

Nikolas Becker N.Becker at pemtec.de
Thu Mar 12 12:49:13 CET 2020

Hi Uwe,

yes I took a copy from SVN head and tried cmake. Several librarys were missing, I installed them (one was a rather old one last updated 2011, I think it is a table display library). Then I had some real compiler errors and tried to bugfix them directly in the code and ended only compiling the nut configurator. After being able to compile it, it directly crashes from the start, that's where I stopped.
I would be really happy if you would produce a win64/win32 version (your choice). Stripping would be nice.
Thanks in advance!

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Betreff: Re: [En-Nut-Discussion] Working Windows build?

Nikolas Becker writes:
> Hello everyone,
> I just wanted to ask if there is a newer compiled windows version of 
> the Ethernut configurator and the other tools included. I tried a 
> whole day now trying to compile it via MSYS2 but was not able to 
> produce a working version. All builds I can find (sourceforce,
> Ethernut.de) seem pretty much outdated.

Did you try the cmake build setup as found in svn head?

Otherwise I can try to crossbuild. You proabably want win64?
The files are large unstripped, should I strip?
Uwe Bonnes                bon at elektron.ikp.physik.tu-darmstadt.de

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