Compiling on Mingw
emyr at soundmouse.com
Wed Sep 8 12:18:05 CEST 2010
I had everything in my path and same happened.
I then tried cmake in a normal windows cmd window instead of in a mingw
shell and it *almost* works.
When it made the library it complained about the auto-import but it
compiled and make install seemed to copy all the stuff required.
I compiled the tagreader example against my newly built library with
-enable-auto-import for the linking but the app crashes when I try to
Says "the application fails to initialise properly (0xc0000005). Click
OK to terminate the application."
I suspect the library needs to be linked with -enable-auto-imort during
the cmake process. How can I make it do this ?
On 08/09/10 10:30, Anton Sergunov wrote:
> Don't forget to set PATH enviroment
> to build library
> cd<taglib root>
> set PATH=C:\mingw\bin;%PATH%
> set PATH=C:\Program Files\CMake 2.8\bin;%PATH%
> cmake -G"MinGW Makefiles" -i
> cd taglib
> dir libtag*
> To build docs
> set PATH=C:\Program Files\doxygen\bin\;%PATH%
> set PATH=c:\Program Files\Graphviz2.26.3\bin;%PATH%
> cd<taglib root>
> cd doc
> doxygen taglib.doxgen
> 2010/9/8 emyr<emyr at soundmouse.com>:
>> Doesn't work.
>> I downloaded and installed cmake. Typed in the commands below and
>> mingw-32.make does absolutely nothing. Just moves on to the next shell
>> command line immediately.
>> Does anyone have a ready built shared library binary for it?
>> On 07/09/10 18:22, Anton Sergunov wrote:
>>> cmake -G"MinGW Makefiles" -i
>>> -L<Path to lagLib/tagLib> -ltag
>>>> I downloaded the latest source then did ./configure
>>>> When I try to compile a program and link it using -ltag it complains
>>>> about undefined symbols.
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