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From "Bish, Tim" <Tim.B...@Sensis.com>
Subject RE: Compilation on different platforms
Date Fri, 29 Sep 2006 11:47:44 GMT
> 
> Tim-
> 
> It would b wonderful if you apply the patches for solaris on priority
...
> just spoke to my team and I think I would need this earlier. Can you
help
> me
> by applying this patch quickly.

I'll see what I can do.  If you are using GNU, than you shouldn't have a
problem with things the way they are. 

> 
> Thank you so much
> 
> Lalit Nagpal
> 
> 
> Timothy Bish wrote:
> >
> >
> >>
> >>
> >> Hello-
> >>
> >> I just wanted to know if activemq-cpp has been built on different
> >> platforms
> >> like solaris/ linux ...
> >
> > We are using this on a couple variations of Linux, mostly Fedora and
> > Ubuntu.
> > We are also able to build and run tests on Solaris 10 machines using
> gcc.
> > I've got a couple patches to apply still for getting it to compile
on
> > Solaris with the Forte compiler.  I believe James built it on Mac
OS/X
> as
> > well, but I don't know how much testing has been done there, I don't
> > currently have access to a Mac.  I'm also using it on a Win XP
machine,
> > using the VC 2005 compiler, and I think you are using VC2003 right?
> I've
> > tried building it on Windows with Cygwin. But something in cygwin's
> > winsock
> > libraries seems to cause the sockets to drop for some reason.  It
will
> > build
> > and run if you use MinGW instead of Cygwin's gcc.
> >
> > So its been used on several different platforms so far, but I would
love
> > to
> > see it used on more so that we make sure its solid.  If you build it
and
> > run
> > the unit tests, and integration tests (these require a broker) then
it
> > should be a good indication that everything is working correctly.
> >
> >> I did the build using maven-mojo native plugin on winxp and so far
so
> >> good
> >> .. everything seems to work
> >>
> >> The pom.xml files however are given in 2 folders - 1 is unix and 1
is
> >> windows ...
> >> Because it says Unix I do not know whether it would work on the
Linux
> >> flavors or Solaris.
> >
> > The folder says UNIX meaning really a POSIX compliant system using
the
> gnu
> > tools.  There is a Solaris compiler makefile patch that I need to
apply
> > but
> > have not time, if you need it, I can make that a priority.  There
isn't
> > however a Solaris compiler POM at the moment.  But building it from
the
> > makefiles under UNIX is real easy and you can build the tests that
way
> as
> > well.
> >
> >
> >>
> >> Does it successfully build and run on all platforms like Linux/
Solaris
> /
> >> Windows ...
> >> I could have tried this out but do not have access to all platforms
as
> of
> >> now so seeking help.
> >>
> >> Any suggestions would be really helpful.
> >>
> >> Thank you
> >>
> >> Lalit Nagpal
> >>
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> >
> >
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