Re: Progress, Re: Building x2goclient on windows from source?
On 05/14/2012 09:00 PM, Maarten Boekhold wrote:
> However, I can't get it to link statically to all libraries, the way
> that the official binary distribution seems to do.
Again I seem to have made some wrong assumptions. After closer
inspection, it seems that the windows x2goclient isn't fully statically
linked. It seems that only the Qt libraries have been linked against
statically. I believe that was probably done by doing a manual build of
Qt using "configure -static" (note that I've never compiled Qt myself
from source, so I'm just copying this blindly from the "Deploying an
Application on Windows" page in the Qt 4.8 documentation on the
qt-project.org web site). Since I just use the downloaded Qt
distribution for MinGW, I probably can't reproduce this without
compiling a static version of Qt myself.
Apart from the static linking of Qt libraries, I think I have now more
or less created a usable build of the x2goclient, using the instructions
below (enhanced from what I posted before).
I'll now try to add HTTP proxy support (using corkscrew) into this.
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