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* pcre
 
* pcre
 
* redland
 
* redland
* runtime-mingw
 
* subversion-mingw
 
 
* tiff
 
* tiff
 
* update-mime-database
 
* update-mime-database
 
* zlib
 
* zlib
  
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For mingw only:
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* runtime-mingw
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* subversion-mingw
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There are sometimes mingw and msvc versions, be careful which you choose.
  
 
Download all 'bin' and 'lib' packages with [http://82.149.170.66/kde-windows/installer/kdewin-installer-gui-0.7.4.exe kdewin-installer]
 
Download all 'bin' and 'lib' packages with [http://82.149.170.66/kde-windows/installer/kdewin-installer-gui-0.7.4.exe kdewin-installer]
 
for the build process, set <tt>CMAKE_INCLUDE_PATH</tt> and <tt>CMAKE_LIBRARY_PATH</tt> for cmake. The Installer will put all files into the installation directory you can choose on the settings page. CMAKE_INCLUDE_PATH and CMAKE_LIBRARY_PATH should point to the include and lib subdirectories of your installation path respectively.
 
for the build process, set <tt>CMAKE_INCLUDE_PATH</tt> and <tt>CMAKE_LIBRARY_PATH</tt> for cmake. The Installer will put all files into the installation directory you can choose on the settings page. CMAKE_INCLUDE_PATH and CMAKE_LIBRARY_PATH should point to the include and lib subdirectories of your installation path respectively.

Revision as of 00:07, 13 August 2007

Here is a list of the 3rd-party libraries:

  • aspell
  • boost-headers
  • bzip2
  • expat
  • giflib
  • gpgme
  • iconv
  • jasper
  • jpeg
  • libintl
  • libpng
  • libxml2
  • libxslt
  • openslp
  • openssl
  • pcre
  • redland
  • tiff
  • update-mime-database
  • zlib

For mingw only:

  • runtime-mingw
  • subversion-mingw

There are sometimes mingw and msvc versions, be careful which you choose.

Download all 'bin' and 'lib' packages with kdewin-installer for the build process, set CMAKE_INCLUDE_PATH and CMAKE_LIBRARY_PATH for cmake. The Installer will put all files into the installation directory you can choose on the settings page. CMAKE_INCLUDE_PATH and CMAKE_LIBRARY_PATH should point to the include and lib subdirectories of your installation path respectively.


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