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[Demexp-dev] Re: [Win32] tmp issue & NSI

From: David MENTRE
Subject: [Demexp-dev] Re: [Win32] tmp issue & NSI
Date: Tue, 08 Mar 2005 19:39:40 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.1006 (Gnus v5.10.6) Emacs/21.3 (gnu/linux)

Hello Christophe,

GISQUET Christophe <address@hidden> writes:

> Confirmed (no error). Here's the log from the initialization:
> ==
> Autotests compiled.
>    perf autotests...done
>    norm autotests...done
>    pref autotests...done
>    browser autotests...done
> ==

Oops, sorry for the bad news: the latest version doesn't work on my
Windows machine:

Autotests compiled.
  perf autotests...done
  norm autotests...done
  pref autotests...Fatal error: exception
Invalid_argument("Filename.temp_file: temp dir nonexistent or full")

What I don't understand is that directory %TEMP% and c:\Temp both exist
and there is about 5GB of free space on this disk. The value of %TEMP%


c:\Document and settings\mentre\Local Settings\Temp

Any idea?

> As the file gets deleted once it is no more of any use, I can but accept
> this as a fact. Anyway, it works, so as a good user, I wouldn't question
> it either.

Yes, it might just much simpler to set "let do_autotests = false" in do avoid the non-regression tests. But doing this is also
hiding an error instead of fixing its root cause.

>> Moreover, I have modified the Makefile so that client building no longer
>> needs CDuce. That should allow you the build the client of the
>> demexp--cduce--0.3 branch without installing Cduce (and all its
> Worked flawlessly:


[ about NSIS ]
> The scripts were written in like 30 minutes to get an installer out
> quickly, so I'm by no mean an expert. In fact, compared to the original
> version, much has been cut off, in particular the language handling.
> For patches, I thought of adding a new target to the Makefile, but, as
> for the script, there are too many hardcoded pathes:

Ok, so I'll put your scripts and doc as-is in a win32 directory in the
source tree. The "official" win32 developer of demexp will improve
it. We just need to find the official win32 developer. :)

Can you send the example of nsis file you have. I would like to see how
l10n is handled.

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