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Old 10 January 2007, 00:32   #41
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and here's the project file! Uses -Os in gcc to get the build a bit sized-down...also -march=i386 as we're on x86. (i586 will make the build bigger => pointless)
This looks a bit unworkable cause it contains hardcoded paths for a single system: e:/xdms132/src/cdata.h

Can you do anything about this?

We should have something that works for everyone. That is the reason for configure scripts on unix.
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Old 10 January 2007, 01:53   #42
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This should do the trick!
Please recheck.
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Old 10 January 2007, 02:11   #43
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But there's still one problem if you would want to compile 1.3.3 with project files (of whatever IDE) as CVS version includes "xdmsconfig.h" in "xdms.c" and that is made by ./configure. So you would have to make one yourself. Easy to do, it just defines VERSION and for MinGW NO_MKSTEMP, but you can't just load the project into the IDE and compile.

I think the best solution is that the "xdmsconfig.h" would be omitted. The version number can be added as a compiler flag as it was in version up to 1.3.2. And that MinGW check is not done with that check in ./configure and defining NO_MKSTEMPS, but by using #ifdef __MINGW32__ in xdms.c.

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Old 10 January 2007, 05:13   #44
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Fix for not being able to write the temp file (for x and z commands) under Windows in xdms.c as there is no /tmp:

add (needs to be before #include "cdata.h")
Code:
#ifdef _WIN32
#define WIN32_LEAN_AND_MEAN
#include <windows.h>
#endif
because of that you'll need to change FILE_END to something else in your files (or try to get MS change it in theirs )

and replace
Code:
			strcpy(tname, "/tmp/xdmsXXXXXX");
with
Code:
#ifdef _WIN32
			DWORD ret = 0;
			DWORD bufsize = FNAME_MAXC-10;

			ret = GetTempPath(bufsize, tname);
    			if (!ret || ret > bufsize) {
				fprintf(stderr, "Couldn't get temp dir\n");
				exit(-1);
			}
			strcat(tname, "xdmsXXXXXX");
#else
			strcpy(tname, "/tmp/xdmsXXXXXX");
#endif

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