Nikola.Radovanovic at seavus.com
Mon Oct 28 10:23:24 CET 2013
There are no problems in building the whole Gpg4win installer. It was my mistake, i thought the name of the package was makensis as reported from Terminal, because at first i didn't look at the 'Basic requirements' section in README file. So, i installed all needed packages, and after that, successfully built the Gpg4win installer on Debian 7.2.
I have tested the installer on Windows 7 and it works like a charm.
From: Werner Koch [wk at gnupg.org]
Sent: Friday, October 25, 2013 4:08 PM
To: Nikola Radovanovic
Cc: Andre Heinecke; gnupg-users at gnupg.org
Subject: Re: none
On Thu, 24 Oct 2013 20:49, Nikola.Radovanovic at seavus.com said:
> 1) When trying to build whole Gpg4Win i ran into several
> problems. Package for gtkhtmlviewer2 couldn't be found, but i have
Unfortunately this kind of problems happen from time to time. You may
delete the claws-mail tar package from the packages directory to avoid
all the Claws dependencies.
> (instead plugins) on a target url. Then stow was not installed on a
> system, and i have installed it with apt-get install stow. But
Configure should have listed stow as missing, or am I wrong.
> makensis, which is missing, must be installed also. And it cannot be
Under Debian the package is "nsis".
> installed with apt-get. It requires python, scons, zlib and gcc to be
> installed already, so it is a more complicated process. Werner, if you
Sure, that is due to NSIS? If so it would be a Debian packaging bug.
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