On Wed, Jun 15, 2005 at 12:28:35PM -0500, jeebs@xxxxxxxx wrote:
> Here are the steps I did.
> I follwed the mingw compilation instructions posted in the qemu-user's
> forum. Just to make sure that my setup was working.
> >From http://www.gimp.org/win32/ I downloaded the recommended versions of:
> I unzipped those in the msys/mingw directory.
> I then ran the msys program to get a 'linux shell'.
> I did a make clean in qemu.
> I copied all your files to the qemu directory.
Looks like you did everything correctly.
> I did "patch <qemu-gtk-patch.diff" and "patch <vl.c.diff" Was I supposed to
> use any options?
> I did:
> ./configure --target-list=i386-softmmu --static --enable-gtk
> and got:
> Install prefix /c/Program Files/Qemu
> BIOS directory /c/Program Files/Qemu
> binary directory /c/Program Files/Qemu
> Source path /home/Admin/qemu
> C compiler gcc
> make make
> host CPU i386
> host big endian no
> target list i386-softmmu
> gprof enabled no
> static build yes
> SDL support yes
> SDL static link yes
> GTK support yes
> GTK FS driver null_fs.c
> mingw32 support yes
> Adlib support no
> FMOD support no
> kqemu support no
> Then 'make' and I got this error right at the end...
> H:/MSys/home/Admin/qemu/gdk_set_window_pointer.c:45: undefined reference to
> (Plus, the usual assortment of warnings in a typical qemu build.)
I don't know how to fix that. GDK_WINDOW_HWND() is defined in a file called
I've attached a modified version that includes gdkwin32.h directly. Just put
this file in qemu's directory (overwriting the old file). If you have gdkwin32.h
in your gdk include directory this should fix the error.
If this version doesn't work I'll try to write a replacement marco (gtk uses
internal macros - sometimes it can get real ugly).
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