Re: [gdome]Question gdome test program

Compiling gdome2 under Visual C++??

LOL, if you manage to do that, let us know!

I tried, I had a project file made, added the SEEMED to compile
and link fine, but the library just didn't WORK. As it is now I had to
compile it under cygwin and somehow got it to work for win32 through that.

If someone could get it compiling under win32, that would be absolutely


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Luca Padovani" <lpadovan cs unibo it>
To: <jameshu utstar com>
Cc: "Gdome mailing list" <gdome gnome org>; <lpadovan cs unibo it>
Sent: Wednesday, December 24, 2003 3:50 AM
Subject: Re: [gdome]Question gdome test program

> Hi,
> On Wed, 2003-12-24 at 02:42, jameshu utstar com wrote:
> > I found that it's my mistake of the broken down.
> > I modified the code below in gdome_treegc_delNode.
> >     ownerDoc =  gdome_xmlGetOwner (priv->n)->_private; ==>
> >    ownerDoc =  gdome_xmlGetOwner (priv->n);
> > It is OK now.
> Hmmmmm.... this change doesn't look good to me. gdome_xmlGetOwner
> returns an xmlDoc* and ownerDoc has type Gdome_xml_Document* so from the
> xmlDoc* you need to retrieve the _private file to access the wrapper.
> Please double check your code, and btw if the wrong code was yours how
> come you ended up modifying gdome's? ;-)
> > Do you have any experiences in compiling gdome using VC?
> not at all :-(
> > Auto configure tools can configure gdome in linux,
> > but how to configure in VC?
> have no idea. Perhaps you can just compile without configuring. Since
> compiling gdome2 I presume libxml2 is already installed, and libxml2 has
> a configuration script too. So what did you do with libxml2?
> Cheers,
> -- luca
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