I tried to build wireshark under WinXP + MC VS 2008 by "2.2. Win32: Step-by-Step Guide", but I'm having trouble with
I Google’d it and found this, but it didn’t help. I tried putting the
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asked 24 Jun ‘11, 05:05
edited 24 Jun ‘11, 18:41
You shouldn't have to edit Makefile.nmake. If nmake can't find win32.mak then that's a strong indication that your build environment isn't set up correctly. Did you run
Update 2014-07-24 It looks like Windows SDKs 8.0 and 8.1 don't include win32.mak. I worked around the issue by calling
as appropriate after running vcvarsall.bat
answered 24 Jun '11, 09:58
Gerald Combs ♦♦
edited 24 Jul '14, 15:50
You should install Windows sdk (http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=3138).
Then you will found Wind32.mak file in C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v7.0\Include.
answered 21 Aug '11, 07:41
edited 21 Aug '11, 10:40
Guy Harris ♦♦
You probably need an include statement, here's the generic script I use (VS 2012 with the 7.1a sdk)
answered 16 Mar ‘14, 17:30
If you have already installed VisualStudio and service pack, then try to install SDK it may fail. You may need to unselect both C++ compiler and redistributable package from the install component for the install to work.
answered 16 Apr '14, 11:53