Commit 9abe4acb authored by smorlat's avatar smorlat
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enrich README.mingw

git-svn-id: svn+ssh:// 3f6dc0c8-ddfe-455d-9043-3cd528dc4637
parent 507d1206
Software to install
* mingw32
* mingw32 (choose candidate to have lastest binaries)
* msys
run msys as Administrator
run msys as Administrator (right click on the icon, and click 'run as administrator'.
* automake*/autoconf*/libtool/perl from msys suplementary tools, uncompress in /
* intltool (quicklink: uncompress in /usr/local
......@@ -95,12 +95,30 @@ libsoup (compiled)
- building ffmpeg
./configure --enable-shared --disable-static --enable-memalign-hack --extra-cflags="-fno-common" --enable-gpl && make
make install DESTDIR=/c/output/
Copy to linphone-deps/
make install DESTDIR=~/ffmpeg-install
Copy to ~/ffmpeg-install/usr/local/* to linphone-deps/.
Copy also all *.dll.a files from the build tree to lib/ directort of linphone-deps. These are the implibs necessary to link a program against the dlls.
- building libxml2: the binaries found on the internet are generated with MSVC++, and for obscure reason they are not suitable for building libsoup
(that requires libxml2).
./configure --enable-shared --disable-static && make && make install DESTDIR=/c/output
./configure --enable-shared --disable-static && make && make install DESTDIR=~/libxml2-install
copy ~/libxml2-install/usr/local/* into linphone-deps/.
- building x264:
* Download lastest snapshot the linphone fork of x264 from
This fork just brings the H264 Nalu size control feature, necessary to make video packet that fits into the network mtu.
It will be no longer necessary as soon as x264 official project will accept this patch or a similar one.
* download yasm normal version windows executable from yasm project page:
copy it as /usr/local/bin/yasm.exe
uncompress the x264 tarball
cd into x264/ dir then run:
./configure --enable-pic
make install DESTDIR=~/x264-install
then copy the content of ~/x264-install/usr/local/ into linphone-deps/.
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