Re: Update Windows binaries

Ah.  Thanks Vasily!  I pushed some more changes, both builds are producing an msi now.  Unfortunately, both are also still producing the error

Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
Runtime Error!
Program: C:Program Files (x86)MeldMeld.exe
This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in
an unusual way
Please contact the application's support team for more

I'm wondering why I'm getting a Visual C++ error, if these are mingw.  I think I've still got some wires crossed somewhere.

On Mon, Apr 30, 2018 at 7:20 PM, Vasily Galkin <galkin-vv yandex ru> wrote:
> I wasn't actually running the YAML. I exported the YAML then edited it to match what I was experimenting with in the UI (it seemed to ignore my YAML anyway -- even when I set the YAML name).
I think that for building from gitlab it should be set not to file name but to full url: like

> The error window says
> cx_Freeze: Python error in main script
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File
> C:Python34Wiblsite-packages ox Freeze initscriptsstartup
> py", line 14, in run
> File
> C:Python34Viblsite-packages ax Freezeinitscripts Console.p
> y, line 26, in run
> File bin/meld, line 29, in <module:>
> File ", line 148, in
> freezesupport
> File 'C:\Python34\lib\multiprocessingspawn.ру", line 74, in
> freeze support
> File .C:\Python34\lib\multiprocessing\spawn.ру", line 106, in
> spawnmain
> File .C:\Python34\lib\multiprocessing\spawn.ру", line 119, in
> main
> File .C:\Python34\lib\multiprocessingprocess.ру", line 273, in
> bootstrap
> AttributeError: "NoneType object has no attribute 'flush
> OK
> On Mon, Apr 30, 2018 at 6:00 PM, Vasily Galkin <galkin-vv yandex ru> wrote:
>>> I realize that, I just wasn't sure what components were associated with those DLLs as of when the setup script was created. I got it to build locally (though Meld exits with "application requested runtime to terminate in an unusual way" after it's installed. On Appveyor it still fails with "error: invalid command 'bdist_msi'" for some reason. I tossed what I have so far into
>> It looks that problem was in multiline & escaping syntax for yml
>> (I haven't experience with publishing patch sets, so I created merge request as a representation of a patchset; sorry if it is inconvenient)
>> After those modifications the bdist_msi command started (and failed for lacking some dlls, different for 32 and 64 bit case)
>>> On another topic: anybody else seeing this error when closing Meld built with the AIO setup (it only happens when the prompt asking whether you want to save the changes occurs)?
>> Unfortunately I can't see the image - both in my mail client (web) and in meld list archives.

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