[Starkit] Re: dqkit
wojciech at kocjan.org
Thu Jan 15 11:17:36 CET 2004
> Again thanks for the help....
> Ok here is what I have done in preperation for creating a dqkit-custom.exe
> 1) I have downloaded Cygwin and installed it to C:/Cygwin
> 1.1) I tried to "overwrite bin/bash.exe as bin/sh.exe".
> However, a sh.exe file was already in the directory. Is that right?
I noticed that cygwin's default sh.exe fails at some configure scripts.
Not sure why and never got too curious about it, since bash.exe works
Also, try to create C:/cygwin/etc/profile.d/mingw.sh with the line:
> I opened a tcl wish and did the following to attempt to create a
You could do that in cmd.exe/command.exe.
> 1) cd C:/dqkit
> 2) tclsh gen/buildkit build -tk -blt -resfile=current -binary=custom
> ( I am guessing this will build a kit with tk and blt only, right?)
> and got the following:
> I am certain I have done something very wrong. But what? I think I have not
> placed all of the files into the correct locations or something along those
> lines. Can anyone inform me of my mistake? Again I hate to sound so helpless
> here but I tend to learn by experience not by reading lol.
I guess that you do not have cygwin in your path. Here's an example that
can (but does not have to :-) work:
C> path %PATH;C:\mingw\bin;C:\cygwin\bin
C> cd c:\dqkit
$ tclsh gen/buildkit build -tk -blt -resfile -current -binary custom
And see if it works.
> One final thing.
> I noticed that in the directory C:/dqkit/src/res there is a dqe.ico file.
> Can I replace that file with my own so that it appears in the
> final dqkit-custom.exe?
It's in the other mail. Edit current.res, save as yourfile.res to use
different icons (yourfile1.ico, yourfile2.ico, ... ;-), you can even
send them back to me to have them in the distro.
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