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Environment

I've build all the required dll files with dllstack.sh from Crosser.

Environment downloads

Dllstacks are now available from Crosser Sourceforge page. You want files named as win32stack-<version>.7z or win32stack-full-<version>.7z. These require Windows XP or newer. See Qt-client and freeciv-ruledit below for the difference of "full" and regular variants.

Installation

Once environment is unzipped, couple of configuration files must be regenerated with correct paths.

In DOS-prompt

  cd path to crosser environment
  setup

Freeciv

Freeciv is released under GPLv2+ license.

Installation

I have used this kind of installation procedure myself.

Qt-client and freeciv-ruledit

Starting from version 0.15, there's two different crosser-packages available. Of those only the "full" -variant contains Qt libraries needed by Freeciv Qt-client and ruleset editor. Those programs cannot be used (they will complain about missing dll) if you have installed only the regular crosser build. Other freeciv programs are usable with either crosser build.

S3_0 snapshot (revision 29451, 11-Aug-15)

Built against crosser environment 0.15

freeciv-win32-2.90.99-dev-r29451.7z

S2_6 snapshot (revision 29393, 08-Aug-15)

Built against crosser environment 0.15

freeciv-win32-2.5.99-alpha-r29393.7z

S3_0 snapshot (revision 28788, 16-Apr-15)

Built against crosser environment 0.15

freeciv-win32-2.90.99-dev-r28788.7z

S2_6 snapshot (revision 28577, 19-Mar-15)

Built against crosser environment 0.14

freeciv-win32-2.5.99-alpha-r28577.7z


Building Freeciv using Crosser dllstack env

Build script

I've now (14-Jan-13) made my own build script publicly available. Note that this was originally just batch of commands to ease typing them manually every time. It still has things like paths hardcoded according to my own system. Do not assume that you can simply use it as is, but adjust for your needs first. Released under GPLv2+. winbuild.sh version 1.3.1 (Updated 03-Jul-14).

Configure parameters

Environment variables


Marko Lindqvist