On 03/22/2013 02:06 PM, gouessej [via jogamp] wrote:
> I'll fix this bug ;)
> Why can't we simply use MXE <http://mxe.cc>? It would allow to compile
> OpenAL-Soft for Windows under GNU Linux :)
crosscompilation would then require to move the binaries from
the linux build node to the windows build node ..
in short: it would create quite a mess and complicate our already 'heavy'
note-1: we compile and test the stuff on the machines
note-2: we do crosscompile the GNU/Linux ARM targets incl. Android,
able to launch tests remotely.
tbh .. I haven't enabled the remote test ..
Whatever the solution is .. even a practical one would be OK,
i.e. a manual compiled DLL file, which should be pushed
to our repository then.
If time allows .. we could make it beautiful later (compile source code).
On 03/22/2013 02:10 PM, Xerxes Rånby [via jogamp] wrote:
> Thank you!
> Never tested MXE, if you manage to compile windows native openal-soft dll's
> using the MXE cmake then *thumbs up* that would be a great solution!
curbing your enthusiasm .. a practical workaround, see my other post. :)
I cannot rebuild JOAL under Windows 32 bits and Windows 64 bits, I only have a single laptop under Windows 7 64 bits. Can we temporarily copy the DLLs of OpenAL-Soft downloadable on the official website into our repository until we are able to build this library with our own node?