I setup cygwin64 on windows 10. Thanks to your tips I update to i686* tools
I add to static link libgcc, libstdc++ and also add -static lpthread to get it
Artefact are huge now but I was able test some code to check for jdk9
The remaining issue are:
how to generate the platform-launcher-9.0beta.zip and launcher.zip,
how to populate the external binaries repository with those artefact
De : John Muczynski [mailto:johnst...@gmail.com]
Envoyé : mercredi 21 février 2018 19:10
À : email@example.com
Objet : Re: launcher for windows and building c file
These are excellent issues to unearth.
I like the idea of creating a setup to build the executable.
Here at work, we don't build the launcher too often.
We keep a zip of C:\cygwin from a set of cygwin files that worked to build the
I notice that my NetBeans is set up to
when building from the IDE.
You were asking if someone had a working setup. Would more information and/or
files about this process help you personally?
On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 12:54 PM, Eric Barboni <sk...@apache.org> wrote:
> I was trying to launch Apache Netbeans 9.0 beta on a windows 10 box
> with only jdk9 installed.
> Executable is failing to retrieve a 1.8 or higher java because of
> important registry changes in jdk9 and also version scheme change .
> I try to follow the wiki page  but the required old compiler are
> gone in cygwin. I also give a try to mingw32 toolchain. No luck :/
> Question 1:
> Did someone have a working setup for building this ?
> Question 2:
> Would it be an option to move the windows “c++” code to another git
> repository ? Setup a Jenkins or buildbot at Apache to build the
> executable in a consistent way.
> Best Regards
> windows-platforms.htm ( § Windows Registry Settings)
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