[xsde-users] Compiling xsde.lib on Windows without using nmake

Jeroen de Leeuw jeroendeleeuw at gmail.com
Fri Feb 12 04:19:53 EST 2010

Thank you for your reply, I was having problems compiling the code, so I was
just wondering if it was possible. Though the problem wasn't in the
code, the problem was in the compiler, I was using the native built-in
compiler of CDT, when I thought I was using the Gnu Toolchain. Thanks for
your support Boris and for the work you are doing.

With kind regards,

Jeroen de Leeuw

2010/2/11 Boris Kolpackov <boris at codesynthesis.com>

> Hi Jeroen,
> Jeroen de Leeuw <jeroendeleeuw at gmail.com> writes:
> > Is it possible to compile the xsde.lib under Windows, without the
> > installation of MS Visual Studio 20XX, using the open source IDE
> > Eclipse (CDT) with the GNU toolchain?
> You should be able to compile the XSD/e runtime library with the
> GNU toolchain on Windows (though with GNU the resulting library
> will be named libxsde.a instead of xsde.lib). You will need to
> follow the "GNU make" instructions in the INSTALL file.
> Once this is done you can use Eclipse CDT to build examples or
> your application. Here are the instructions on how to setup the
> schema compilation with XSD/e in Eclipse:
> http://www.codesynthesis.com/pipermail/xsde-users/2009-October/000153.html
> Let me know if you run into any problems.
> Boris

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