|author||Richard W.M. Jones <email@example.com>||2008-01-07 13:19:32 +0000|
|committer||Richard W.M. Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2008-01-07 13:19:32 +0000|
Include required libraries in the Windows installer.
* wininstaller.nsis: Include *.dll files.
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@@ -92,6 +92,22 @@ I have built libvirt (the bindings), examples, mlvirsh and
mlvirtmanager on Windows using the MinGW port of OCaml. It's quite
likely that it will also work under VC++, but I have not tested this.
+You should make sure that your $PATH (environment variable) contains
+the names of the directories containing all required DLLs, in
+particular you will require:
+ libvirt-*.dll (from libvirt)
+ libgnutls-*.dll (from GnuTLS)
+ libxdr.dll (from libxdr)
+ libxml2-*.dll (from libxml2)
+ and, a multitude of DLLs from GTK if you want to run mlvirtmanager
+You can use a tool such as Dependency Walker to find/check the
+locations of dependent libraries.
To build the Windows installer, you will need NSIS. Then do: