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Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2013 04:47:37 +0100
From: Peter Stuge <peter AT stuge DOT se>
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Subject: Re: [geda-user] Any new geda port for Windows?
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Kai-Martin Knaak wrote:
> > It would be fantastic if the student could get in touch with the
> > project in order to make those builds automated somewhere.
> 
> The build of the binaries is done on DJ's server by automated scripts. 
> The results can be found at 
>    ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/geda-windows/snapshots/

Yes, they're a great first step, but they are not the installer.


> Klaus's part of the job is to make the install a one-click experience 
> for the uninitiated windows user.

Right, and I think the project can benefit from that. It would be
nice if Klaus could contribute what he has developed.

I am not suggesting that it be committed as-is, but it would be good
as a starting point for a plain unaffiliated installer, right?


//Peter

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