Re: Trying to build NVDA from source using the directions I found on GitHub and having problems with liblouis
Thanks. I will give this another look. I did not see clang in the list of packages to install, but in any rate, I have sent a subscripsion address to the devel list.
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Subject: Re: [nvda] Trying to build nvda fr9om source using the directons I found on github and having problems with libluies
Apart from directing folks there, the real issue (based on the SCons output) is incomplete build environment – to build liblouis.dll, you must install Clang and the path must be added by Clang installer (you must do this while installing Visual Studio 2019 Community or above).
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