IRC Log Viewer » #firebreath » 2015-08-28

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mrjunix 05:08 Hi, did anyone try to compile the firebreath with visual studio 14 2015 ?
I have the following error:
CMake Error at cmake/Win.cmake:126 (message): FireBreath on windows requires ATL/MFC libs to be installed. Please download the Microsoft DDK and install the build environments in C:\WinDDK
clear, but the installer of the microsoft ddk installs it in C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\8.1\
clear, but the installer of the microsoft ddk installs it in C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\8.1\
and it is not clear where I can add the path (in win.cmake ?) and how the path should look then?
mrjunix 07:08 some any idea on where I can find the ATL/MFC libs/headers when using the visual studio community version (2015) ?
I installed the the microsoft ddk, but this didn't fix the issue
mrjunix 12:08 somebody online?
I have a question concerning the use of the plugin
I managed to get it compiled on windows10 with visual studio community edition
I managed to get it compiled on windows10 with visual studio community edition
I registered it, but the html code doesn't load/recognized the plug-in
I registered it, but the html code doesn't load/recognized the plug-in
i noticed the html mentioned:
<object id="plugin0" type="application/x-betrusttest2015" width="300" height="300">
<object id="plugin0" type="application/x-betrusttest2015" width="300" height="300">
is it always plugin0 ?
how does the html knows which plugin it has to take?
cheburashka 13:08 Hi Richard et.al. I’m willing to spend some time in the refactor branch so I can make it work for my plugin and then document the process for other users. My first problem is that I understand that the prep scripts would not make the cut but then I really don’t know what to do, any suggestions?
taxilian 13:08 prep2013.cmd is correct
the others may not be
find what is not working with that and start there =]
find what is not working with that and start there =]
cheburashka 13:08 The problem is that when I run it it immediately says “The source directory […]Firebreath/projects does not appear to contain CMakeLists.txt
But there has never been a CMakeLists.txt in the projects directory, it is inside each project. So maybe I am supposed to be using cmake directly somehow?
taxilian 13:08 oh, you need to do the path to the project
not to the projects dir
not to the projects dir
cheburashka 13:08 OK, in master was not like that. I did with the path to the project and I get [project_dir]/CMakeLists.txt does not match the source Firebreath/CMakeLists.txt used to generate cache. Re-run cmake with a different source directory.
OK, in master was not like that. I did with the path to the project and I get [project_dir]/CMakeLists.txt does not match the source Firebreath/CMakeLists.txt used to generate cache. Re-run cmake with a different source directory.
I deleted the build folder and got a different error now:
I deleted the build folder and got a different error now:
Error at CMakeLists.txt:39 (include_platform)
Unknown CMake command “include_platform”
I can see the function is called there in the CMakeLists.txt for my own project, and supposedly it includes the Win or Mac accordingly, how should I include now this files in the refactor branch?
cheburashka 15:08 I’ll keep trying this weekend and come back for more help :)