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Re: [Swftools-common] 0.9.2 on windows

From: Hans J Nuecke
Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] 0.9.2 on windows
Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2013 02:43:07 +0200
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I experienced the same!
And as intermediate solution compiled in a VM under Windows with Mint; successfully.

I will send you the paper I created which summarizes all steps I did so far. Perhaps that fives you some additional ideas and together we succeed.
I plan to add my findings (once I succeed) to the swftools wiki.


Am 16.10.2013 21:23, schrieb Steiner David:

i'm planning on using swfrender to convert SWF files to PNG for our company. 
swfrender would run for regular users on a windows pc. i'll be building a 
frontend app where users can select a folder with SWF files and it will call
swfrender to convert it to images.
btw, is it possible to render it as a JPG instead of PNG? would be good as we 
normally use JPGs to save space. 

i tried to compile 0.9.2 on windows with the guide from the FAQ but failed :>
could you please release a newer windows build? we need the -r flag with swfrender
and it's not available in 0.9.0. 
any additional hints on how to compile it under windows would be appreciated.
i followed all the steps[1] but ended up with: configure couldn't find zlib (even 
though i installed zlib from gnuwin32 and passed -l/gw32/include to CPPFLAGS).

i think i'll try cross compiling under linux to produce a windows exe as mentioned
in the faq :)

also i was curious if there's been alot of changes/improvements between the stable 
release and the git version (it's a year appart). 

[1] http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/swftools-common/2005-02/msg00023.html

greetings & thanks for swftools!

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