Re: build from source with minGW?

Am 10.01.2013 20:48, schrieb Angelica Perduta:
> On Fri, Jan 11, 2013 at 7:12 AM, Niklas Gürtler <profclonk gmail com> wrote:
>> Am 09.01.2013 23:17, schrieb Angelica Perduta:
>>> I did see the post by Niklas Gürtler but I get an error saying the
>>> necessary file is it not accessible to me :(
>> what file exactly is missing with my installer? And what did you do that
>> resulted in the error? I am interested in making that installer work for
>> everyone. :)
> Thank you for replying. As a result I just tried downloading it again
> and this time it has worked!
Okay, very good :)
Ah you meant the download... Yes i had some problems with DNS and the
Webserver, but everything should work now.
> I have now run your installation without any problem.
> This is just what I wanted and hopefully I am one step closer to
> getting a more up to date gstreamer installation working :)
> I will definitely let you know if I find any other issues as this is a
> very much needed facility. It enables new developers to work with gtk+
> and distribute applications we create without having to learn all the
> intricacies of building the whole system from source, or how to create
> our own gtk+ installers.
Yes, that's exactly what the thing was intended for... especially since
MinGW is now easier to install than it was some time.
> Just for the record: the other day it said something like "part 1 file
> is inaccessible".
> That was during the download from
> Maybe it was just a temporary internet glitch or an unusal malfunction
> on my computer that was in no way related to your installer.
> I will let you know if I find any other problems.
I now have put MD5 checksums on the website for the files... Seems like
i should have done that before.


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