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Re: Building glib-genmarshal (while building glib)




Hi John,

Take a look at this commit in GLib[1] for glib-genmarshal. So, for Windows, after running the script to generate glib-genmarshal, assuming that you are running it in cmd.exe or your Visual Studio projects, instead of running it as "glib-genmarshal(.exe) <your arguments to it>", you do "<your Python interpretor> <path to glib-genmarshal> <your arguments to it>", as you would running a Python script. Note that I dropped the projects to build glib-genmarshal.exe from the Visual Studio projects.

You have to do likewise for glib-mkenums, by changing "<your PERL interpretor> <path to glib-mkenums> ..." to "<your Python interpretor> <path to glib-mkenums> ..."

With blessings, and cheers!

[1]: https://git.gnome.org/browse/glib/commit/?id=a00e7ed32e510791016725ce0a3dc08f59b9a443


John Emmas 於 2017/8/13 上午 01:34 寫道:
On 12/08/2017 17:51, Bastien Nocera wrote:
There's no C to generate, it's been ported to Python.

So 'glib-genmarshal.exe' doesn't need to get generated any more? When I read about the port to python, I assumed it was just that the original perl scripts had been ported to python.

For glib-mkenums, the 'C' files are still getting generated, I think (gioenumtypes.c + gioenumtypes.h) ?. Maybe I'm wrong about that...

John
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