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Harbour nightly binary ready to install

Post by mbelgrano » Mon Aug 23, 2010 11:24 am

I'm glad to announce that is available "nightly" Windows binary builds
in the form
of unified installer and .7z file (similar to official binary
Windows releases) from sf.net files area:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/harbour ... s/nightly/

These unified builds are made available around 02:00
CET every day, and they are like the official ones, though
with a more minimal approach: msvc, win64, wince, os/2,
ms-dos and linux binaries are not included. The reason for
this is to make the build process require less resources
(time, disk space and bandwidth). For most users this won't
be a problem and these can be enable if there is a need.

What _is_ included is mingw build using official mingw
distro (v4.5.0), bcc (v5.5.1) build and all contribs, including
QT ones. hbide and hbnetio tools are also part of the
official distro, and QT runtime is provided as well. Those
interested can also find the full build logs for download.

Pls note that the binaries may not be perfectly in sync
with the nightly sources, since they are generated on
different servers.

This is aivable thanks to Viktor's effort
The build machine is kindly provided by Abe Buchinger.
Many thanks to him for this contribution.


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Post by mbelgrano » Tue Aug 24, 2010 7:05 am

I have copied and pasted Viktor's post without indicate that hi is
the original writer

http://harbourlanguage.blogspot.com/
mbelgrano wrote:I'm glad to announce that is available "nightly" Windows binary builds
in the form
of unified installer and .7z file (similar to official binary
Windows releases) from sf.net files area:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/harbour ... s/nightly/

These unified builds are made available around 02:00
CET every day, and they are like the official ones, though
with a more minimal approach: msvc, win64, wince, os/2,
ms-dos and linux binaries are not included. The reason for
this is to make the build process require less resources
(time, disk space and bandwidth). For most users this won't
be a problem and these can be enable if there is a need.

What _is_ included is mingw build using official mingw
distro (v4.5.0), bcc (v5.5.1) build and all contribs, including
QT ones. hbide and hbnetio tools are also part of the
official distro, and QT runtime is provided as well. Those
interested can also find the full build logs for download.

Pls note that the binaries may not be perfectly in sync
with the nightly sources, since they are generated on
different servers.

This is aivable thanks to Viktor's effort
The build machine is kindly provided by Abe Buchinger.
Many thanks to him for this contribution.


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Post by Rathinagiri » Tue Aug 24, 2010 9:05 am

Thanks for the info.

Looks cool.
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South or North HMG is worth.
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