[vlc-devel] The performance of VLC on Windows CE building with CeGCC

He Pengcheng herbert.he at gmail.com
Tue Apr 1 04:48:11 CEST 2008

Thank you for your detailed answer. Another problem I'm conerning about is
that, whether this build enviroment surpport Window CE 6.0? Or whether these
tools keeps synchronization with Windows CE's update? I have learned
that, there are some changes on programming architecture  from CE5.0 to
CE6.0, and in the next version of Windows CE, there will be some other
changes.  Thanks a lot^_^

On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 12:45 AM, Jérôme Decoodt <djc at videolan.org> wrote:

> Hello,
> >    However, as VLC is a project build in Linux enviroment, it can not be
> >    build using visual studio 2005 or eVC directly. What's lucky is
> Indeed, the first port has been done using eVC and porting a Makefile to
> an eVC project...
> >    that, there are CeGCC and MinGWCE used to porting
> >    linux applications to windows CE platform. However, as I'm new to
> these
> >    two tools, I want to make clear that, wether performance of the
> >    application build with these two tools will be drawn?
> I'm now trying to build again libvlc (not all VLC since I just need a
> working decoder, a vout and not all the interface stuff) using
> mingw32ce.
> >    Is there any compare data for these tools? I hope there will be some
> >    one kindly give me a help.
> When I last checked performances of VLC running on an ASUS P735 (IIRC),
> it was running fine compiled with mingw32ce. And it was surely compiled
> in debug flavor, without optimization... I'm gonna finalize the
> integration of libvlc in my application soon, so I'll probably commit
> some stuff in a few weeks about the WinCE port.
> Best regards,
> --
> Jérôme Decoodt


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