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From dj9 <>
Subject Re: Building
Date Mon, 02 Feb 2009 17:52:59 GMT

Hi Tim,

thanks for the response.

No I don't think that's what it is, I've never had any other version of ARP
installed on my PC.


Timothy Bish wrote:
> On Mon, 2009-02-02 at 07:17 -0800, dj9 wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> I have just started looking at using ActiveMQ and it's associated clients
>> but am having some trouble with CMS on windows which hopefully somebody
>> can
>> shed some light on for me.
>> I want to use ActiveMQ and CMS to allow Windows (MFC) applications to
>> talk
>> (simple text) to each other and to other Linux applications (will be
>> using
>> Perl/Ruby client for Linux side).  From the examples available I can see
>> that this is done easily within Ruby and Perl using Stomp and I have see
>> Visual Studio (v2005) is supported for CMS.  I want to create a class
>> using
>> CMS which the Windows MFC applications can use to talk to each other and
>> to
>> the Linux applications via ActiveMQ.  I have downloaded the the latest
>> version of ActiveMQ-CPP (v2.2.3) and have built the projects
>> (vs2005-activemq, vs2005-activemq-example,
>> vs2005-activemq-integration-tests, vs2005-activemq-unittests) within the
>> supplied source using MS Visual Studio 2005.  I had to change the project
>> setup slightly to be able to find all the referenced library directories
>> and
>> dlls where I'd installed the required tools, but aside from that didn't
>> have
>> to change much in the project.  Below is a list of the tools and their
>> versions I'm using in my setup:
>> ActiveMQ-CPP (v2.2.3)
>> apr (v1.3.3)
>> apr-iconv (v1.2.1)
>> apr-util (v1.3.4)
>> cppunit (v1.12.1)
>> My issue is that I cannot run the example projects either in debug or
>> release mode, as I get the following Windows error "The procedure entry
>> point _apr_pool_create_unmanaged_ex@12 could not be located in the
>> dynamic
>> link library libapr-1.dll".  However this does seem to be available and
>> exists within the libapr-1.dll so I am confused as to what the issue is,
>> can
>> anybody see what I've done wrong?
>> Is what I am trying to achieve reasonable?  Should I be trying to solve
>> my
>> problem in another way?
> Your setup seems reasonable and looks to mirror the versions that I use
> on my windows install so I'm not sure why its not able to find that
> method.  The first thing that comes to mind is that the loader is
> finding an older version of APR's dll, you don't have any others laying
> around that could be picked up on the system path do you?  
>> Many thanks in advance for your help.
>> Kind regards
>> Derek
> -- 
> Tim Bish

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