gettext and iconv binaries for Windows.
If you don't want to waste your time or if you don't know much about compiling and virtual machines,
Do you want to build binaries on your own?
compile-iconv-gettext-windows.sh and the
patches directory (they must reside in the same directory).
compile-iconv-gettext-windows.sh script to build the Windows binary files.
Creating the setup files
I used a Windows machine (a physical Windows 10 64 bit) with Inno Setup (I used version 5.5.9-unicode).
Steps to compile (to be done under Linux):
- Run the
patchesdirectory must be in the same directory as this script)
- following the instructions of the script you'll able to build the Windows executables
Steps to generate the setup files (to be done under Windows):
If you want to build a setup to install these executables and automatically add them to the environmental path:
- take a copy of the full repository gettext-iconv-windows
- under the folder containing the repository content, create a folder
compiledand copy under that directory the
out-…folder that you have under Linux
- launch the
The patch that adds support to the
GETTEXTIOENCODING environmental variable was created by Václav Slavík.