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RE: [gnugo-devel] Building GNU Go on Windows

From: Ben Lambrechts
Subject: RE: [gnugo-devel] Building GNU Go on Windows
Date: Mon, 19 Nov 2007 23:15:09 +0100

I tried with Visual C++ 2005 Express and Visual Studio 2008 beta 2
With both I get the message:

The project file '___\gnugo-3.7.11-cmake\patterns\uncompress_fuseki.dsp' has
been corrupted and cannot be opened.

When I place the 'uncompress_fuseki.dsp' provided by Olav Müller-Loose in
the patterns folder, it still generates lots of errors and warnings.

When I also place the 'engine.dsp' provided by Olav Müller-Loose in the
engine folder, it also doesn't build.


PS1: I've tried to get a cmake-project working myself, but I don't have the
time to study the structure of that text-file I have to make for that.

PS2: Can You make a VS project for VS v8 instead of v6?

> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: address@hidden [mailto:gnugo-
> address@hidden Namens Gunnar Farnebäck
> Verzonden: maandag 19 november 2007 23:00
> Aan: GNU Go development
> Onderwerp: Re: [gnugo-devel] Building GNU Go on Windows
> I wrote:
> > I have prepared a patch which adds cmake configuration files at
> >
> > They are written by a cmake beginner (me) but suffice for building on
> > GNU/Linux and hopefully can be used on Windows.
> >
> > Please see the ticket for instructions on how to build with cmake. If
> > you have Windows with MSVC, please give it a try and report how it
> > worked, or more likely how it failed, so we can fix problems and
> > evaluate whether this is an effective solution.
> In an attempt to make this a little more convenient I have prepared a
> version of GNU Go 3.7.11 with the cmake patch already applied. It can be
> downloaded from
> I hope someone with access to some MSVC version will be able to try it
> out.
> /Gunnar
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