Commit c4e5c2ec authored by Ralf Habacker's avatar Ralf Habacker

added notes about supported compilers

parent 61760cf7
......@@ -3,57 +3,63 @@ This file describes how to compile dbus using the cmake build system
Requirements
------------
- cmake version >= 2.4.4 see http://www.cmake.org
- installed libexpat
- installed libexpat see http://sourceforge.net/projects/expat/
unsupported RelWithDebInfo builds could be fetched
from http://sourceforge.net/projects/kde-windows/files/expat/
Building
--------
Win32 MinGW
1. install cmake and libexpat
2. get dbus sources
3. unpack dbus sources into a sub directory (referred as <dbus-src-root> later)
4. mkdir dbus-build
5. cd dbus-build
6. run
Win32 MinGW-w64|32
1. install mingw-w64 from http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw-w64/
2. install cmake and libexpat
3. get dbus sources
4. unpack dbus sources into a sub directory (referred as <dbus-src-root> later)
5. mkdir dbus-build
6. cd dbus-build
7. run
cmake -G "MinGW Makefiles" [<options, see below>] <dbus-src-root>/cmake
mingw32-make
mingw32-make install
Win32 Microsoft nmake
1. install cmake and libexpat
2. get dbus sources
3. unpack dbus sources into a sub directory (referred as <dbus-src-root> later)
4. mkdir dbus-build
5. cd dbus-build
6. run
1. install MSVC 2010 Express Version from http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/en-us/products/2010-editions/visual-cpp-express
2. install cmake and libexpat
3. get dbus sources
4. unpack dbus sources into a sub directory (referred as <dbus-src-root> later)
5. mkdir dbus-build
6. cd dbus-build
7. run
cmake -G "NMake Makefiles" [<options, see below>] <dbus-src-root>/cmake
nmake
nmake install
Win32 Visual Studio Express IDE
1. install cmake and libexpat
2. get dbus sources
3. unpack dbus sources into a sub directory (referred as <dbus-src-root> later)
4. mkdir dbus-build
5. cd dbus-build
6. run
Win32 Visual Studio 2010 Express IDE
1. install MSVC 2010 Express Version from http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/en-us/products/2010-editions/visual-cpp-express
2. install cmake and libexpat
3. get dbus sources
4. unpack dbus sources into a sub directory (referred as <dbus-src-root> later)
5. mkdir dbus-build
6. cd dbus-build
7. run
cmake -G "Visual Studio 10" [<options, see below>] <dbus-src-root>/cmake
7a. open IDE with
8a. open IDE with
vcexpress dbus.sln
7b. for immediate build run
8b. for immediate build run
vcexpress dbus.sln /build
Win32 Visual Studio Professional IDE
1. install cmake and libexpat
2. get dbus sources
3. unpack dbus sources into a sub directory (referred as <dbus-src-root> later)
4. mkdir dbus-build
5. cd dbus-build
6. run
Win32 Visual Studio 2010 Professional IDE
1. install MSVC 2010 Professional Version
2. install cmake and libexpat
3. get dbus sources
4. unpack dbus sources into a sub directory (referred as <dbus-src-root> later)
5. mkdir dbus-build
6. cd dbus-build
7. run
cmake -G "Visual Studio 10" [<options, see below>] <dbus-src-root>/cmake
7a. open IDE with
8a. open IDE with
devenv dbus.sln
7b. for immediate build run
8b. for immediate build run
devenv dbus.sln /build
Linux
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......@@ -11,6 +11,10 @@ DBus comes with a test suite which is used on unix to guarantate
production quality and this test suite runs mostly. There are some
test not running yet and there is help needed to get them running.
Supported compilers
-------------------
On windows Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 (Express and professional variants)
and mingw-w64|32 are known to work.
Building
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