Thanks Dave, I already had you on my list of people to contact if/when
I run into trouble.

I'm planning to go through all the extensions included with One-Click
installer (many of which I pick up in binary form) to see how there
were compiled.

Curt

On 12/14/05, Dave Burt <dave / burt.id.au> wrote:
> Curt Hibbs wrote:
> > I'm currently working on the One-Click Installer for 1.8.4, and this
> > is one of the things I want to make sure I get right. Any help/advice
> > would be more than welcome (especially since I know next-to-nothing
> > about iconv).
>
> Well, the core of the problem seems to be a difference in compiler versions
> between your One-Click binaries and the "borrowed" mswin32 binary. The
> problem shows itself in this case when a C errno is used instead of a Ruby
> Exception.
>
> Nobu says in [ruby-core:06889] you should compile it from source as part of
> the One-Click build:
> > IMHO, it would be no longer a good idea to assemble pre-built
> > binaries now, on Windows.  I suspect packagers may have to
> > build all binaries from sources by themselves.
>
> Wilson Bilkovich wrote:
> > It's working fine for me now with the 1.8.4 object file, and I'm
> > running OneClick1.8.2-15.
> > Are there any other Iconv test suites out there I can run, to make
> > sure it didn't mangle anything up?
>
> I don't know of any, sorry.
>
> Cheers,
> Dave
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