Building wx.NETThis is the original text on building wx.NET. Please refer also to the section in the manual. This text should be quite similar but include latest information.
Building wx.NET is a two-step process:
All of this can get a bit tedious if done by hand, especially since both wxWidgets and wx.NET are fairly configurable and have multiple build steps themselves.
So we've developed this documentation and a "wrapper" build
system to make life easier for newbies and advanced users alike. The
build system lives under the
that on Windows the wrapper is less functional due to lack of UN*X
shell scripting tools. In the future we'll add support for a fully command-line
driven Windows build using Cygwin or MinGW.
We'll also add support for compiling the sources and
Premake is a program to create configuration files for multiple build systems from a single platform-independent configuration file. In our case, Makefiles for systems with a UN*X-like shell environment (Linux, MacOS X) and Visual Studio.NET 2003 (VS.NET) solution/project files for Microsoft Windows.
Premake configuration files are named
More information about wx.NET's Premake configuration files can be found in the Premake appendix.
Detailed Build Instructions
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Last changed on $Date: 2004/07/09 04:59:33 $ by $Author: t9mike $ • Original Author: Michael S. Muegel