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[Bug-gnubg] Compile on Win : bunch of questions

From: Massimiliano . Maini
Subject: [Bug-gnubg] Compile on Win : bunch of questions
Date: Wed, 9 Nov 2005 09:24:55 +0100

Managed to compile (and run) in WinXP thanks to Jon's infos and scripts.
Besides the problems I've already sent to Jon (some strange Gdk warnings
at runtime, 'Copy' to clipboard doesn't works from the hint window or the
panel for a move but works for a cube decision, entering a command usually
crash, error when compiling with -O3) I've noticed that the
is two times slower (same settings) thant with my "old" gnubg build (the
archive available at www.gnubg.org).
Taking a look at the two .gbubgautorc files I've noticed that the "old" one
pruning on while the new one hasn't : can this be the reason ? If yes, how
do I
switch pruning on from the GUI (is the "set" command the only way ?!) ?
If not, may it be due to the different gtk version (1.3 vs 2.x) ?

Also, can I compile with python support ?
If yes, how (guess that uncomment "#define USE_PYTHON 1" in config.h is the
step) ? which python should I install and where/how ?


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