Re: Building on Windows with XPM
- Sergey -
> >> Note that depending on the license the source files need to be includedI think it's OK to include the files under src/xpm.
> >> as well. At least include a README that mentions the copyright.
> > I am travelling now and don't have 64bit compiler on my laptop. Will
> > prepare the zip when I'm back (in 2 weeks).
> Here is the zip containing the library:
> For some reason gmail thinks that libraries are executable and does
> not allow sending them.
I don't think it is useful to include the makefiles, since the required
source files are not included.
Including the include files twice, because of the different path, isn't
nice. I'll find a way to avoid that.
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