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reply Bill Baxter <dnewsgroup billbaxter.com> writes:
The README.txt says that buildflags+=-L/SUBSYSTEM:windows:5 is necessary 
to get controls to render properly.

So I think the dsss.conf file, [simple.d] section should contain:

version(Windows) {
    buildflags+=-L/SUBSYSTEM:windows:5
}

And also the hard-coded path "G:\tango.svn\lib" should be removed. 
Maybe replace with $TANGODIR\lib if you want to leave it there, and 
define yourself a TANGODIR env variable.

--bb
Feb 13 2008
parent reply John Reimer <terminal.node gmail.com> writes:
Bill Baxter wrote:
 The README.txt says that buildflags+=-L/SUBSYSTEM:windows:5 is necessary 
 to get controls to render properly.
 
 So I think the dsss.conf file, [simple.d] section should contain:
 
 version(Windows) {
    buildflags+=-L/SUBSYSTEM:windows:5
 }
 
 And also the hard-coded path "G:\tango.svn\lib" should be removed. Maybe 
 replace with $TANGODIR\lib if you want to leave it there, and define 
 yourself a TANGODIR env variable.
 
 --bb

Yes, that directory should not be hardcoded. I'll look into this.
Feb 13 2008
parent reply Bill Baxter <dnewsgroup billbaxter.com> writes:
John Reimer wrote:
 Bill Baxter wrote:
 The README.txt says that buildflags+=-L/SUBSYSTEM:windows:5 is 
 necessary to get controls to render properly.

 So I think the dsss.conf file, [simple.d] section should contain:

 version(Windows) {
    buildflags+=-L/SUBSYSTEM:windows:5
 }

 And also the hard-coded path "G:\tango.svn\lib" should be removed. 
 Maybe replace with $TANGODIR\lib if you want to leave it there, and 
 define yourself a TANGODIR env variable.

 --bb

Yes, that directory should not be hardcoded. I'll look into this.

[sample.d] should also have 'noinstall'. --bb
Feb 13 2008
parent Frank Benoit <keinfarbton googlemail.com> writes:
Bill Baxter schrieb:
 Yes, that directory should not be hardcoded. I'll look into this.

[sample.d] should also have 'noinstall'. --bb

this is fixed now, thanks for pointing this out Bill.
Feb 14 2008