Johannes M Zmoelnig
zmoelnig at iem.mhsg.ac.at
Thu Aug 3 13:06:51 CEST 2000
On Thu, 3 Aug 2000, Etan Fisher wrote:
> I am having trouble compiling externals under
> Microsoft Visual Studio.
> Should I compile the external first as a dll?
your externals will be "dll"s, so there's nothing about doing this
> The readme file contains the instruction to
> 'nmake pd_nt' but i could not locate any 'pd_nt'.
"nmake pd_nt" is short for "nmake -f makefile pd_nt"
"pd_nt" is an option of the "makefile" that describes that you want to do
a win32 compilation (so you can compile 1 external with 1 makefile for
various systems; on linux machines you would have to do a "make pd_linux";
of course a "nmake pd_linux" would result into an error on win32-machines)
make sure, you edit the makefile to fit into your system : for me, i have
to set the VC-variable and i have to replace the "\ftp\pd\..." by my
pd-path (pe: c:\pd\...)
this should do
> HELP! (and many thanks)
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