[sword-devel] Windows Builds
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Sun Feb 18 01:25:44 MST 2018
Thanks. The Windows and Linux builds work fine in my testing for
osis2mod and xml2gbs and will incorporate in next major SwordHammer
release. Appreciate your making these available.
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On 01/30/2018 09:52 AM, Greg Hellings wrote:
> Dear all,
> I have made a first pass at building the Windows version of the Sword
> utilities. You can find the resulting builds for 1.8.1 here:
> http://dl.thehellings.com/sword-utils/ as per usual.
> These are not officially supported or endorsed by CrossWire. I create
> them of my own volition and not in my capacity as the release manager
> here. They are simply zipped versions of the files I build from the
> Fedora MinGW packages.
> I haven't a Windows machine up and running today to test them out. These
> packages include the latest versions of all the files that were part of
> the 1.7.4 release bundle. However, since much time has passed since
> then, it would not surprise me if there are DLL files that have been
> added to the dependency tree since then. If you encounter issues with
> executing the files, please give me a holler and I'll see if there's an
> obvious solution.
> For those who are interested, and since I now automate everything I
> reasonably can manage to automate, you can see the scripts I use to
> build these files at https://github.com/greg-hellings/config. If you
> have Vagrant and Ansible installed on your local system, you can build
> the same results by opening the vagrant/mingw_sword_package folder from
> that repository and issuing the command "vagrant up". This should be
> do-able by anyone on any host. Doing so will bring up a guest Fedora 27
> system, install the latest test version of the MinGW Sword package,
> package the results, and create a zip folder in the root of your current
> directory alongside the Vagrantfile.
> Please feel free to ask questions or chastise me if something is amiss.
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