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Mon Nov 22 12:36:17 CET 2010
Am 22.11.2010 11:57, schrieb Gert Kello:
>> Hm, I am not sure how important that is for you: we want to change our
>> main mingw compiler away from the mingw4 to the mingw-wXX compilers.
>> Which means that mingw-w32 is equivalent to mingw4, but needs less
>> patches in our source code. Since you cannot mix mingw-w32 and mingw4
>> though, you might want to change while beginning to set up your build.
> Thanks for the information... I'll try this out..
> Should I replace the
> set KDECOMPILER=mingw4
> with something else or keep it as is?
No, keep it as it is.
To set it up, simply remove the mingw4 package and reinstall the
mingw-w32 package (I think it should be installed automatically if you
do 'emerge base' in a clean directory, test with 'emerge -p base' if it
> I tried
> set KDECOMPILER=mingw-w32
> but it tells
> E:\Kde4>emerge mingw-w32
> emerge.bat executed
> emerge debug: buildAction: all
> emerge debug: packageName: mingw-w32
> emerge debug: buildType: RelWithDebInfo
> emerge debug: buildTests: None
> emerge error: KDECOMPILER: 'mingw-w32' not understood
> emerge fatal error: running python
> e:\kde4\emerge\portage\gnuwin32\wget\wget-1.11.4.py fetch
> emerge error: fatal error: package gnuwin32/wget-1.11.4 all failed
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