[PySide] Compiling Bindings on Windows
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Wed Apr 25 15:22:24 CEST 2012
i'm in progress of creating windows binaries, i just need more time to
fix compilation errors
2012/4/25 Kerfoot, Eric <eric.kerfoot at kcl.ac.uk>:
> Hi Everyone,
> I'm trying to create bindings in Windows for my own custom Qt-derived type and am not sure how to proceed (apologies if this has already been answered but I haven't seen it in the archives). I can compile just fine in Linux under Ubuntu with the headers/libraries/type systems provided, but these aren't present in the Windows binary distribution. I thought that compiling the Windows code from source would be necessary but I haven't managed to do that yet, the install scripts on github pulled down code that wasn't consistent on the stable branch, or on the dev branch required libxml2 which I got for Windows but which wouldn't successfully link with MSVC for some reason.
> I can go into details about these issues if necessary, but I figured that I shouldn't need to build myself if I could get the headers, static/shared libraries, and type system XML files from somewhere to build my own binding DLL. Is this correct or do I have to get a build going first? If not then where can I get the things I need pre-built for Windows so I can get things going?
> I hope I haven't missed the obvious answers to these questions somewhere, but I haven't found an obvious place where the header files/type system XML files that I need in Windows are kept. I was playing with building on Windows for days without success but I'd be happy to contribute any fixes if I can find them, for now though I need some help getting started.
> Thanks for your help,
> Dr. Eric Kerfoot
> Postdoctoral Researcher
> Imaging Sciences, Biomedical Engineering
> King's College London
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