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Andreas <AndreasSander1@...> writes:
> Am 23.08.2011 22:30, schrieb Chris Maynard:
> > Andreas<AndreasSander1@...> writes:
> >> Yes, I tried. I need only libwireshark. That's why I reduced the make
> >> targets to build. But, alas, I get exactly the same result, when I
> >> "nmake all".
> > Can you verify that MSVC_VARIANT is set correctly in config.nmake?
> MSVC_VARIANT=MSVC2008 matches with my compiler.
Just to be sure, you might try another:
nmake all (again)
If you still don't progress any further and can live w/out zlib support
temporarily just so you can get on with the rest of your work, you could try
commenting out ZLIB_DIR in config.nmake. Also, you may want to recheck that you
followed all steps in the developer's guide:
One other thing that *might* be a problem (whether it's related or not, I don't
know) is that you have python 2.7 installed and the notes in config.nmake
indicate the following:
# NOTE: The Python library must have been compiled with the same
# compiler (MSVC_VARIANT) as Wireshark. Known python.org Python
# CRT versions:
# Python version CRT (32-bit) CRT (64-bit)
# 2.4.4 7.1 ?
# 2.6.1 9.0 ?
# 2.6.2 9.0
... so this tells me you should probably be using 2.6.1 or 2.6.2.
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