Headaches building Source Navigator under Windows

Bruce Edson bruce@steptech.com
Tue Feb 26 00:23:00 GMT 2002

Under my 'source' directory, which is where the files from
SN50-010322-source.zip were extracted to, I find the tcl.h file in
tcl8.1/generic.  I also find a tcl.h file under usr/include, 'usr' being at
the same level as 'source'.  As I have directories for tcl8.1 and tk8.1  I'm
assuming that I have TCL/TK sources and they're in the right place.  Is this
not the case?  Do I need to change something in the configure.in file
located in the 'snavigator' directory?


-----Original Message-----
From: Ian Roxborough [mailto:irox@redhat.com]
Sent: Friday, February 22, 2002 3:10 PM
To: Bruce Edson
Cc: sourcenav@sources.redhat.com
Subject: Re: Headaches building Source Navigator under Windows

Bruce Edson wrote:
> Thanks Syd and Ian.
> I started by downloading the zip file, SN50-010322-source.zip.  I'm using
> the configure in the source directory that was unzipped from the zip.  Did
> Tcl/TK not come with it?  Where should they be in relation to the source
> directories?

It should come with Tcl/Tk sources.  I would be interesting
if you could compare it to an Windows NT 4.0 machine to see
if this is something related to Win2K.

> Do I need to install this separately from SN and Cygwin?

You normally don't have to worry about there Cygwin is
installed (just as you don't have to worry about where
VC++ is installed with relation to SN).


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