[cairo] win32 build
vladimirv at gmail.com
Sat Jun 25 02:20:21 PDT 2005
On 6/25/05, Carl Worth <cworth at cworth.org> wrote:
> > the win32 surface works with it applied (by "works" I mean
> > cairo-snippets runs).
> Sadly, I think that's the best test we have right now for the win32
> backend. It would certainly be nice to have something automated but
> Owen expressed some concerns about this not being
I'll look into extending cairo-test.c to handle win32 and glitz; even
though win32 just chains to the image surface for ARGB (as the comment
says), just a compilation-only test would probably help. Which tests
would fail if they were given a RGB24 surface instead? (That question
can probably best be answered just by running the tests, I think; I'll
try that tomorrow.)
> > On 6/23/05, J. Ali Harlow <ali at avrc.city.ac.uk> wrote:
> > > I've put together a patch to allow the win32 port to build (based on
> > > Owen's suggestions).
> I'm sorry we slipped a snapshot out with this part of the build
> broken. If there are some willing win32 testers who would like to be
> pinged just prior to a snapshot going out, I'd be glad to do that.
> Just let me know.
> Or I could just always mention impending snapshots on this list, but
> that still would require people willing to smoke-test things within a
> short time frame. Suggestions welcome.
I'll shortly have all three platforms (Linux, OSX, Win32.. four
counting glitz, or maybe 6, depending on how you look at it...) with
up-to-date cairo builds, so I'd be happy to do some smoketest builds.
That said, I'm going to disappear for a vacation for a month mid-July
We may also be able to set up linux/osx/win32 tinderboxes doing cairo
builds from CVS and running the tests; I think the build config may
need a little tweaking to get it going under win32, but it shouldn't
be too bad. I may be able to set that up before I take off..
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