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I've build wxWidgets several times now but I've run into a strange problem.
Usually I try to build a Debug and Release version. I'm using CodeBlocks with a MinGW compiler (C++).
I first build the debug version and when I went to build the release version I got the below error.
Again, I deleted everything and built the Release version first and when I went to build the debug version I get the same, what I suppose is an error below. It just ends the process. Here's all the output in the command screen.
I tried this on wxWidgets 2.8 and 2.9... Same issue.
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Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
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C:\wxWidgets\build\msw>mingw32-make -f makefile.gcc Unicode=1 Monolithic=1 Shared=0 Build=Debug
if not exist ..\..\lib\gcc_lib\mswud\wx mkdir ..\..\lib\gcc_lib\mswud\wx ///AFTER THIS IT JUST GOES BACK TO THE PROMPT?
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You don't need to delete a debug build before doing a release build. Both can live together with no issues. If you compile wx the way you can read at mywxdir\docs\msw\install.txt, that's all you need.
If instead of using a "command window" you compile wx from CodeBlocks, it's a lot of work: create a project, add many files, add libraries, configure the build and much much more.
I remember to you to set your PATH enviroment to mingw\bin dir.
http://wxwidgets.info/wxwidgets28_and_c ... deo_win-2/