virt-manager: Basic compile environment for Windows (Cygwin)
The attached patch just fixes a few basic compile environment problems
for virt-manager under Windows (Cygwin). It doesn't actually run after
this, but it does at least compile without any errors.
(1) Added a package check for cairo.
(2) Add cairo CFLAGS and LIBS.
(3) Include <cairo.h>, which is needed because the code uses 'cairo_t'.
Goodness knows how this works under Linux.
(4) Make scrollkeeper optional - it's a PITA to compile it under Cygwin,
and it seems to be only needed for the help menus.
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Note that to use this you will first need to follow my instructions for
compiling libvirt for Windows:
Then you will need to install urlgrabber and virtinst from source (both
Then you should install the Cygwin packages 'atk-devel', 'cairo' and
After applying the patch attached below to the Mercurial version of
virt-manager, you can do:
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