Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: I've made a MSVC project for the UI simulator
Re: I've made a MSVC project for the UI simulator
From: Mark Bright <Mark.Bright_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: Mon, 24 Mar 2003 13:19:19 -0000
Not being a great C programmer, I wanted to be able to build the Recorder
Simulator, but I could never get my head around the project.. I have used
your DSP file, and Visual Studio.NET converted it without a problem...
The only problem being that I can't yet build it due to the lack of PERL on
my recently rebuilt system, What version do you recommend, and from where?
| I'm preparing myself to tackle the UI for our car CD changer emulation,
| so I had a look at the UI simulator. To my relief I found that it is
| prepared for Win32 (yes, I'm a lame Windows programmer, start your flame
| engines), but there was only an outdated makefile. Got it to work after
| fixing 2 ends, but makefiles don't give you the full beauty of the IDE,
| like right-click cross references, which I like a lot especially when
| working with unknown code.
| I started a MSDEV project file from scratch, allowing for nice
| "integrated" development. It even has custom build steps with the perl
| scripts and font generation. So you'd need to have perl installed and in
| the path. The source files are sorted into a tree, making it more easy to
| understand. For me rockbox became a lot clearer. Two targets exists:
| player and recorder, no language selection. The player is broken (some
| functions missing an implementation), but the original UI sim was broken
| there, too. Didn't investigate in that.
| Hope the project file is useful to anybody else, it can be downloaded
| here: http://joerg.hohensohn.bei.t-online.de/archos/
| There is also a fixed version of "onplay.c", which had some dirty
| statements the MS compiler didn't like.
| So long,
Received on 2003-03-24