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Error in CuraEngine build

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I want build CuraEngine-13.11.2 in window 7, but displayed error message as like bellow Figure.

Do anyone know what is causing this? And is it right that build CuraEngine and Cura respectively?

Thanks

Young Man

<<<<< Figure >>>>>

In file included from sliceDataStorage.h:5,

from bridge.h:5,

from bridge.cpp:2:

utils/intpoint.h:15:20: stdint.h: No such file or directory

In file included from sliceDataStorage.h:5,

from bridge.h:5,

from bridge.cpp:2:

utils/intpoint.h: In member function `int32_t Point3::vSize()':

utils/intpoint.h:60: warning: converting to `int32_t' from `double'

utils/intpoint.h: In function `int32_t vSize(const Point&)':

utils/intpoint.h:112: warning: converting to `int32_t' from `double'

utils/intpoint.h: In member function `Point PointMatrix::apply(Point) const':

utils/intpoint.h:174: warning: passing `double' for converting 1 of `ClipperLib::IntPoint::IntPoint(ClipperLib::long64, ClipperLib::long64)'

utils/intpoint.h:174: warning: passing `double' for converting 2 of `ClipperLib::IntPoint::IntPoint(ClipperLib::long64, ClipperLib::long64)'

utils/intpoint.h: In member function `Point PointMatrix::unapply(Point) const':

utils/intpoint.h:179: warning: passing `double' for converting 1 of `ClipperLib::IntPoint::IntPoint(ClipperLib::long64, ClipperLib::long64)'

utils/intpoint.h:179: warning: passing `double' for converting 2 of `ClipperLib::IntPoint::IntPoint(ClipperLib::long64, ClipperLib::long64)'

In file included from sliceDataStorage.h:6,

from bridge.h:5,

from bridge.cpp:2:

utils/polygon.h: In function `Point centerOfMass(const ClipperLib::Polygon&)':

utils/polygon.h:159: warning: passing `double' for converting 1 of `ClipperLib::IntPoint::IntPoint(ClipperLib::long64, ClipperLib::long64)'

utils/polygon.h:159: warning: passing `double' for converting 2 of `ClipperLib::IntPoint::IntPoint(ClipperLib::long64, ClipperLib::long64)'

utils/polygon.h: In constructor `AABB::AABB()':

utils/polygon.h:169: error: `LLONG_MIN' undeclared (first use this function)

utils/polygon.h:169: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once for each function it appears in.)

utils/polygon.h: In constructor `AABB::AABB(Polygons)':

utils/polygon.h:173: error: `LLONG_MIN' undeclared (first use this function)

utils/polygon.h: In member function `void AABB::calculate(Polygons)':

utils/polygon.h:180: error: `LLONG_MAX' undeclared (first use this function)

utils/polygon.h:181: error: `LLONG_MIN' undeclared (first use this function)

bridge.cpp: In function `int bridgeAngle(SliceLayerPart*, SliceLayer*)':

bridge.cpp:54: warning: converting to `int' from `double'

mingw32-make: *** [bridge.o] Error 1

 

 

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