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From Pravin Kundal <>
Subject Re: Licensing and Porting Issue for the CMS (ActiveMQ-CPP) on Visual Studio 6 from Visual Studio 8
Date Wed, 23 May 2007 13:44:31 GMT

Thanks Albert!!

Yes, I guess I will need to do the same i.e. building a DLL. But I don't
have much experience in creating DLLs.

Could you please help me out in building the same? I will keep on updating
you with my queries.

Albert Strasheim-2 wrote:
> Hello
> This isn't so much about the licensing, but you might want to 
> reconsider backporting AMQCPP to VS6. That compiler really isn't your 
> friend.
> I'm not 100% certain if this will work (I'm mainly concerned about
> multiple runtime memory allocation issues) and whether this is feasible 
> will depend on your application, but maybe we should rather spend some 
> time getting AMQCPP to build as a DLL with VC++ 2005 Express (which is 
> free to use, even for commercial applications) which you can then link 
> into your VS6-compiled applications.
> I have a bit of experience turning a static library into a DLL, and 
> some of the Linux folks have also mentioned that they want a shared 
> library, so maybe it's time to take the plunge.
> Regards,
> Albert
> On Fri, 18 May 2007, Pravin Kundal wrote:
>> Licensing and Porting Issue for the CMS (ActiveMQ-CPP) on Visual Studio 6
>> from Visual Studio 8
>> I have downloaded activemq-cpp-2.0.1-src (i.e. CMS 2.0.1) from
>> It is provided with vs2005-build (Visual Studio 8). 
>> Now, as our project is in vs2003, I am trying to build (port) it in
>> Visual
>> Studio 6, but I am getting following errors, which means I will need to
>> make
>> some modifications like adding some typedefs or some fix to get around
>> some
>> ???type??? issues that causes compiler errors under Visual Studio 6.

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