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Builds within other operating systems are performed using the WineHQ project. It is assumed that the reader is familiar with the utilities WineHQ and winetricks, set them up and they are ready to work.
The process is radically no different from a common guide, except for a few nuances.
Perform the procedure identical to the article.
The repository may be placed into the home folder (in WineHQ this is the path
Set the environment as in the article.
Before executing this procedure, you need to find the
configure.cmd file in the sources folder, and edit it with gedit:
REM Detect presence of cmake, adding the word
REMat the beginning of the line:
REM cmd /c cmake --version 2> .....rest of the line
if "%BUILD_ENVIRONMENT%" == "MinGW"
"%SOURCE_DIR%"must be replaced with the path to the repository (in the WineHQ format), for example:
Now you can open a WineHQ shortcut on the desktop and execute
configure, and then, completely the same as in the article.