[Bf-committers] 2.48 Test Builds Plans

Emmanuel Stone emmanuel.stone at gmail.com
Thu Oct 2 02:02:02 CEST 2008

Thanks Jonathan, the OpenEXR stuff nearly had me stumped.

I'm uploading a zip file of the install/ dir now, labelled RC0 as I'm
not sure if it's correct.
Scons informed me it was creating an NSIS installer, but I couldn't
find it... where does it normally live?


On Wed, Oct 1, 2008 at 4:25 PM, jonathan ferguson <jdpf at edumetrics.org> wrote:
> hi.
> On Oct 1, 2008, at 6:42 PM, Emmanuel Stone wrote:
>> On Wed, Oct 1, 2008 at 3:33 PM, jonathan ferguson
>> <jdpf at edumetrics.org> wrote:
>>> Please post if you can't make the build, Emmanuel.
>> I'll give it a go now, but it sounds like you might have more
>> experience with this than I do.
> You probably already know this, but, one hint not included in Nathan's
> previous post, if you didn't happen to install VS9 in his assumed
> location, that's OK, you can build in the VS 2008 Command Prompt if
> Python25 and friends are all in your system path. If you do this, then
> skip the *.bat step in Nathan's post.
> Also, to link OpenEXR, rewrite the line BF_OPENEXR_LIBPATH to say
> lib_vs2008 instead of lib_msvc in your user-config.py (copied from bf-
> blender\blender\config\win32-vc-config.py). <--- this and many other
> build tweaks are probably already handled in Nathan's forthcoming
> config file.
>> So if I get stuck I'll pass the baton ;)
> Good luck!
> Thanks.
> have a day.yad
> jdpf
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