Re: Building glib-genmarshal (while building glib)
- Date: Tue, 15 Aug 2017 11:56:23 +0100
- From: John Emmas <john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Building glib-genmarshal (while building glib)
On 14/08/2017 16:47, Chun-wei Fan (范君維) wrote:
Take a look at this commit in GLib 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> ..."
Ah, I get it now! Thanks guys.
Two of the three python scripts are working fine now but there's a
problem with gdbus-codegen. Here's the command I previously used with
the older file (gdbus-codegen.in) :-
python "gdbus-2.0/codegen/gdbus-codegen.in" --interface-prefix org. \
--generate-c-code gdbus-daemon-generated --c-namespace
but if I modify that command to substitute the new 'gdbus-codegen'
(rather than the older 'gdbus-codegen.in') I get build errors. I'm
guessing that maybe the command itself needs to be modified now? Or if
it looks okay to you guys, I'll supply some more information about the
errors I'm seeing. Thanks again,
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