[Flac-dev] Git branch with compiling fixes for win32

JonY jon_y at users.sourceforge.net
Sat Nov 26 15:32:29 PST 2011

On 11/16/2011 06:49, JonY wrote:
> On 11/16/2011 03:20, Erik de Castro Lopo wrote:
>> JonY wrote:
>>> On 11/14/2011 18:01, JonY wrote:
>>>> On 11/10/2011 19:22, JonY wrote:
>>>>> On 11/10/2011 18:39, Erik de Castro Lopo wrote:
>>>>>> I'm subscribed to the list (and I set my reply-to to the list).
>>>>>> Please do not CC me.
>>>>>> JonY wrote:
>>>>>>> Its probably on one of the sf tracker somewhere, I can't seem to find it
>>>>>>> anymore. It wasn't anything complicated, so I should be able to redo it
>>>>>>> quickly.
>>>>>> I'm a Linux guy. I do not have easy access to a windows machine
>>>>>> and don't have the time or patience to maintain one.
>>>>>> For windows stuff I'll be relying on others to provide and test
>>>>>> patches.
>>>>>> Erik
>>>>> Alright, here's a quick fix, although it is more ugly than I remembered.
>>>>> Basically, it removes those _MSC_VER ifdefs, and relies on inttypes.h
>>>>> where available, and falls back to I64 on MSVC and then ll for others,
>>>>> all format warnings suppressed.
>>>>> Tested on MinGW.
>>>>> Sven-Hendrik, or any other mingw guys around, do you mind testing the
>>>>> patch too? Patch based on git master from
>>>>> https://git.xiph.org/mirrors/flac.git.
>>>> Ifdef changes now consolidated into a single file.
>>> Ping, no comments?
>>> I noticed some more ifdeferies around that needs consolidating and
>>> warnings that need suppressing, that can go into a separate patch.
>> Sorry, I got hit by the Gnome3 catastrophe of 2011 and I'm still trying
>> to make my machine usable.
>> Erik
> Wow ok, haven't touched it since the gnone2 days, it was pretty decent
> back then.
> I'll come back later then.

Ping, anything new?

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