[osg-users] probs running OSG on non-dev system?
mike.weiblen at gmail.com
Sun Sep 16 20:44:52 PDT 2007
Thanks for the suggestion, but now my problem wont repro, so I guess that
isn't the problem.
But a further question, are manifests relevant to native win32 binaries, or
windows managed assemblies? If the former, then that including of a
manifest better be captured the cmake build process somewhere.
On 9/14/07, Paul at Tcl3D <paul at tcl3d.org> wrote:
> Hi Mike,
> My bells rang: Include a manifest.
> For DLL's:
> mt -manifest test.dll.manifest -outputresource:"test.dll;2"
> For EXE's:
> mt -manifest test.exe.manifest -outputresource:"test.exe;1"
> Hope this helps,
> Mike Weiblen wrote:
> > Pardon the sparse details, had a problem in wee hours this morn...
> > Built a 2.1.10-ish OSG on one system w/ winxppro/vs8, tried to run the
> > resulting osgviewer on a different system w/ winxphome but no VS8
> > installed. I got entirely unhelpful errormsgs/dialogs along the lines
> > of "that application cant be run" or "trying reinstalling the app". The
> > VS8 runtime libs were present on the non-VS8 system
> > Does this ring any bells? Could the VS8 or Cmake ocnfigs be triggering
> > some OS or binary dependency?
> > Thanks
> > -- mew
> > Mike Weiblen -- Zebra Imaging -- Austin Texas USA --
> > http://www.zebraimaging.com/
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