Commit a3d8d261 authored by Jean-Baptiste Kempf's avatar Jean-Baptiste Kempf

Small INSTALL.win32 update.

parent 489c95ca
......@@ -26,9 +26,6 @@ If you want to build VLC from sources, you can do it in several ways:
- natively on Windows, using cygwin ( with or without the
POSIX emulation layer. This is the preferred way to compile vlc if you want
to do it on Windows.
NOTE: This is the PREFERRED way of building VLC natively (the others
are not as much tested so expect more difficulties with them).
Read to have a complete HOWTO
- On GNU/Linux, using the mingw32 cross-compiler.
......@@ -52,6 +49,7 @@ You first need to download a GNU/Linux cross-compiler version of mingw32.
For Debian GNU/Linux users, you can use the mingw32, mingw32-binutils and
mingw32-runtime packages.
For Fedora users, you can use mingw-binutils, mingw-gcc-core, mingw-gcc-g++
- compiling natively on Windows with cygwin:
You will need to download and run the setup.exe app from cygwin's web site
......@@ -79,9 +77,6 @@ or mpeg4 video decoding, etc...
Depending on your needs you will have to compile/install some or all of these
external libraries.
* They can be found here (source code):
* We also provide a package with all the libraries already compiled so it is
actually really easy to compile a full-featured version of vlc (these compiled
libraries will only work with mingw or cygwin):
......@@ -96,6 +91,9 @@ external libraries.
Please note the "-C /".
* They can also be found here (source code):
* An automated way of building the contrib libraries is provided in
extra/contrib. It will download, configure and build the libraries.
See the extras/contrib/README for more info.
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