Re: Compiling gnumeric on Eclipse

You can use mingw / msys to build on Windows, but you will probably
find it difficult to get the environment set up correctly.

It would probably be simplest to install something like Ubuntu in a VM
and do the build there. You can cross-compile to Windows from Ubuntu
fairly easily.

On Saturday, 22 January 2011, Milind Gupta <milind gupta gmail com> wrote:
Thank you for your replies. I am trying to do this in windows. How can I run the configure script there?

On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 9:56 AM, Bobby Powers <bobbypowers gmail com> wrote:
If you've downloaded a release tarball, you'll need to run the configure script.  If you checked out git, 
you'll have to run the autogen (and optionally re-run configure):
$ cd path/to/gnumeric$ ./ # if ./configure doesn't exist, i.e. checked out from git
$ ./configure

good luck!Bobby
On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 12:04 AM, Milind Gupta <milind gupta gmail com> wrote:
Hi,        I am trying to compile gnumeric on Eclipse but it gives me error about missing include files - 
gnumeric-config.h. It seems it is generated by the make file. I never used make files before. Is there any 
list of instructions that can help me compile gnumeric on Eclipse.


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