Re: [Banshee-List] Compiling under windows

Id also love to contribute, but I have no expieriance in automation to
speak of, and am fairly imcompitant with programming, although I
consider myself "technical".

I could help with design, graphics, testing, outlining needs of future
programs, but the bottom line is I'm not a programmer, lol.

Has anyone worked out how many of the changes needed for Windows
builds can be made directly to the git repository yet?

On 13 January 2011 23:32, Dustin C. Hatch <admiralnemo gmail com> wrote:
> On 1/13/2011 12:29 PM, Matt Sturgeon wrote:
>>>>>>> On 13 Jan 2011 17:41, "Gabriel Burt"<gabriel burt gmail com>  wrote:
>>>>>>>> On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 8:49 PM, Dustin C.
>>>>>>>> Hatch<admiralnemo gmail com>
>>>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>>>> 'Gst.List' does not contain a definition for 'FirstOrDefault' and
>>>>>>>>> no
>>>>>>>>> extension method 'FirstOrDefault' accepting a first argument of
>>>>>>>>> type
>>>>>>>>> 'Gst.List' could be found
>>>>>>>> You need to reference System.Core (which provides the System.Linq
>>>>>>>> namespace).
>>>>>>>> Gabriel
> Right, that's the first thing I looked at. The reference is there on the
> GStreamerSharp project, and I see the ``using`` declaration for System.Linq,
> but it still throws that error when I build the project.
> Regarding the build process, if I can get a working build manually, I would
> be very interested in helping automate the process and contributing to the
> official Windows port of Banshee. While I am not a C♯ programmer, I do
> maintain an ASP.NET C♯ application at work, where I am responsible for the
> build and test procedure, so I have some experience with release engineering
> in that regard.
> With regard to pulling in the dependencies at install time, I noticed
> yesterday that the Pidgin Windows installer actually fetches the GTK+
> runtime by HTTP if it isn't already installed. Obviously that wouldn't work
> for users without Internet access, but perhaps we could have a separate
> "offline" installer in those cases. My vote is definitely for installing the
> dependencies as their own packages, though, in either case, as opposed to
> dropping the assemblies into Banshee's install directory.
> --
> Dustin C. Hatch
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