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Re: [Swftools-common] Standalone version of pdf2swf

From: arjunrathee08
Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] Standalone version of pdf2swf
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2015 23:31:20 +0000


Sorry for the late reply.

That’s the correct link to crossbridge.

I’m currently helping a friend who plans on creating an swf/swc file that will 
in turn run pdf2swf in it.

Unfortunately, the exact purpose of doing that wasn’t provided to me and I can 
only assume that he plans on doing a web applet that will use pdf2swf.

The version of swftools being used is the latest git from github ( 
https://github.com/matthiaskramm/swftools )

Crossbridge will be used in Windows under Cygwin hence I will be attempting to 
compile swftools under the same.

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By 'crossbridge', I take it you mean this,

  http://crossbridge.io/   ?

What benefit do you envisage there being by attempted compilation
under Crossbridge,
rather standard gcc?

Your list message really does not give sufficient information upon
whcih to base a
suitable response.   Whch release of  swftools are you attempting to
compile, last
development, last stable, last git, or earlier?  Are you
cross-compiling for Windows,
MacOS(X), or Linux?   I also see no evidence of an attached file - do
bear in mind
that anything over a resonable size, or with certain file suffixes, is
refuted by the mailing list server. ( Check the settings on you
Mailing list account )

Bearing in mind, the above, \try quoting your initial compilation
string, along with
any console output showing the errors you are receiving, directly in the body of
your list message.




On 26 January 2015 at 08:35, Arjun Rathee <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hey, I should probably explain what i was trying.
> My goal is to compile pdf2swf under an application named crossbridge.
> So for that we had written an additional bunch of code and wanted to make
> sure that we have all the necessary files from the actual source in order to
> successfully compile the code.

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