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CuraEngine size is half

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Hello Daid,

When I am using package.sh to build Cura.exe, the size of CuraEngine.exe is approximately half compared to CuraEngine.exe packaged with the release version from software.Ultimaker.com. Gcode toolpaths within my CuraEngine do not work on any machine other than the build machine

I have shared a link of package.sh

https://www.dropbox.com/s/9e1pgmbzrpsv889/package.sh?dl=0

And I have commented only the following lines

#package the result

if (( ${ARCHIVE_FOR_DISTRIBUTION} )); then

if [ $BUILD_TARGET = "win32" ]; then

#rm ${TARGET_DIR}.zip

#cd ${TARGET_DIR}

#7z a ../${TARGET_DIR}.zip *

#cd ..

#if [ -f '/cygdrive/c/Program\ Files\ \(x86\)/NSIS/makensis.exe' ]; then

rm -rf scripts/win32/dist

mv `pwd`/${TARGET_DIR} scripts/win32/dist

'makensis.exe' -DVERSION=${BUILD_NAME} 'scripts/win32/installer.nsi' >> log.txt

mv scripts/win32/Cura_${BUILD_NAME}.exe ./

# fi

else

echo "Archiving to ${TARGET_DIR}.tar.gz"

$TAR cfp - ${TARGET_DIR} | gzip --best -c > ${TARGET_DIR}.tar.gz

fi

else

echo "Installed into ${TARGET_DIR}"

fi

 

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Daid,

thanks for your reply. I have installed Codeblocks and still getting the following error. Also I am using a windoww 7 operating system

C:\Github\CuraEngine>mingw32-make all

The syntax of the command is incorrect.

mingw32-make: [build/] Error 1 (ignored)

The syntax of the command is incorrect.

mingw32-make: [build/modelFile/] Error 1 (ignored)

The syntax of the command is incorrect.

mingw32-make: [build/utils/] Error 1 (ignored)

g++ -c -Wall -Wextra -Wold-style-cast -Woverloaded-virtual -std=c++11 -DVERSION=

\"DEV\" -isystem libs -O3 -fomit-frame-pointer -march=pentium4 -flto src/bridge.

cpp -o build/bridge.o

Assembler messages:

Fatal error: can't create build/bridge.o: No such file or directory

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

 

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