All seems to work fine here now !

For information I had used my libs from Qt, and had tried some others from google :)

2014-04-12 12:14 GMT+02:00 Enrico Tröger <>:
On 11/04/14 20:04, Enrico Tröger wrote:> On 11/04/14 19:24, Enrico
Tröger wrote:
>> On 11/04/14 08:41, Steven VALSESIA wrote:
>>> Hi !
>>> I wanted to try this test-build
>>>, but I cannot ran it.
>>> I had to had these dependency :
>>> *libgcc_s_sjlj-1.dlllibstdc++-6.dlllibwinpthread-1.dll*
>>> But even if I had them, I cannot run it because my version of
>>> libstdc++-6.dll (and number of other I tested) don't have the call for
>>> __gxx_personality_sj0.
>>> What's the problem ? (I'm running Windows 7 pro 64bits).
>> Ouch.
>> Not yet sure what's wrong, I'll have a look.
>> I built the binaries also on Windows 7 64bits :(.
> Could you try the following Geany binary:
> I built this one with -static but not really sure if it had any effect.
> Where is your libstdc++6.dll coming from? We don't ship it, so I'm
> wondering.
> If the above binary won't work, could you then try to copy
> into the Geany bin directory,
> next to geany.exe? This version is the one from the Strawberry Perl
> distribution which includes a whole complete gcc build which I use to
> compile the binaries.

Forget the above, these files won't help.

I built the binaries with a newly set up build environment on Windows 7,
including much newer Mingw gcc bundle (previously 3.4, now 4.7). Either
it was a change in gcc or a change in the updated Waf build system but
now we need to pass -static-libgcc and -static-libstdc++ to the linker
in order to remove the above noticed dependency.

In the following builds I did this and tested them additionally on an
old Windows XP (32bit):

Now, the installers and binaries included are also properly digitially
signed by me in case anybody cares.

I'd be happy if anyone else could test them and verify everything runs fine.



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