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Old 29-09-2017, 11:38   #571
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Re: Development Debugging Environment - Setup Help

Thanks - I am using Cmake 3.2.2. I see that there is 3.9 available. I guess there is no upgrade notice. I'll upgrade or remove and reinstall.

Is Poedit the same deal. Should I upgrade?
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Re: Development Debugging Environment - Setup Help

I try to keep them all up to date.
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Re: Development Debugging Environment - Setup Help

TDan, I've updated to the following first by Uninstalling from Control Panel > Programs & Features. Then downloading and installing:
  • cmake-3.9.4-win64-x64.exe
  • Poedit-2.0.4-setup.exe
  • nsis-3.02.1-setup.exe
I assume we should not upgrade even though some have upgraded with mixed results.
  • wxWidgets 3.0.2
  • Visual Studio 2013 Express for Windows Desktop.
What I am finding out is that "NSIS Unicode 2.46.5" from Unicode NSIS is needed because I am getting errrors when I download from Download - NSIS. So at the moment I cannot Package with "cpack" command as it fails.


The errors appear to be related to language ChineseSW and and unsupported_XP_SP_Version set multiple times.
See attached

  • NSISoutput.log
  • project.nsi
  • NSIS.InstallOptions.ini
They don't seem like difficult errors to fix....or should I go back to 2.46.5?
If they are simple discrete steps or changes I can make a note in the Windows Compile Manual here for NSIS v3.02.1 modifications.


Cmake and Poedit seem to be working. I was able to use Poedit and check the Weather_routing French language file for translations, which was the first time I've done that.
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Re: Development Debugging Environment - Setup Help

Rick,

You need Unicode NSIS.
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Re: Development Debugging Environment - Setup Help

OK, I'll re-install what I had NSIS 2.46.5 Unicode.

I had found Download - NSIS which is NSIS 3.02.1 and is not Unicode.

The most current version of Unicode NSIS on google seems to be nsis-2.46.5-Unicode-setup.exe 2.46.5 Unicode Type-Installer OpSys-Windows Featured which is essentially the same as the link in our Compiling Windows document Unicode NSIS
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Re: Development Debugging Environment - Setup Help

I would like to copy my local Github directory from one computer to another, locating the folder under my "Documents" directory (the same location as the original computer).

Does anyone know if this will work? Are there any changes that need to be made?

I know I will need to update Poedit, Cmake, etc.
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Re: Development Debugging Environment - Setup Help

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I would like to copy my local Github directory from one computer to another, locating the folder under my "Documents" directory (the same location as the original computer).

Does anyone know if this will work? Are there any changes that need to be made?

I know I will need to update Poedit, Cmake, etc.
It probably won't work. You should clone the original repository and then you can copy the build folder from the old location to the new location. Or just rebuild the build folder from scratch whichever is easier.
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Re: Development Debugging Environment - Setup Help

Rick...
It of course will work, there is no magic in the Git repository. It does not matter at all where you copy it, same machine, other machine, same location, other location, all the same.
The only thing that may not work after copying is the contents of the build directory generated by cmake. Simply delete it or do not copy it at all.

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Git Fork and Pull Process [nohal]

If only someone could guide me through the fork and pull process, it would make life so much easier.
Just ask

Get Git for Windows from Git for Windows and install it.

I suppose you are the owner of the sv-pizzazz Github account in the instructions bellow

Go to https://github.com/ab2nkovs/RMRadar_pi and click on the Fork button (Almost in the top right corner) More info at https://guides.github.com/activities/forking/ (I suppose you know how to do it as you have a fork of radar_pi under your account already)

Go to your machine and open the Developer Command Line (Or how is it called in your VS version) from VisualStudio Tools in your Start menu

Type cd <a directory of your choice for surces files> and hit Enter

Type git clone https://github.com/sv-pizzazz/RMRadar_pi.git and hit Enter

The source code of the plugin will get cloned to <The current directory>\RMRadar_pi

Type cd RMRadar_pi and hit Enter, do not close the command line window

Apply your changes to the source in the tree you just cloned (I suppose you have a tree with your changes somewhere, just copy the changed files over)

Switch back to the command line window and type git status and hit Enter, it should report changed files.

Type git commit -a -m "Changes to allow build on Windows" and hit enter

Type git push and hit Enter, you will be asked for your github account, provide the username and password

Go back to https://github.com/sv-pizzazz/RMRadar_pi, create the pull request by clicking the button

Let us see what you just did

And if any of the steps above is not clear and you get stuck, ask further...

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