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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Couchdb Wiki] Update of "InstallingOnWindows" by JonathanFeinberg
Date Tue, 19 Aug 2008 16:07:42 GMT
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The following page has been changed by JonathanFeinberg:
http://wiki.apache.org/couchdb/InstallingOnWindows

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  The SpiderMonkey distribution's Windows build stuff is broken. See [http://blog.endflow.net/?p=55&lang=en
this blog post] for a working js.mak file. Don't bother trying to import the project file
into a contemporary Visual Studio; just use the Visual Studio command line tools with the
js.mak file referred to above.
  
- CouchDB uses a custom JavaScript driver, which provides unicode and buffering improvements.
In the !SpiderMonkey distribution, rename src/js.c to src/js.c.bak, and copy {{C:\Program
Files\erl5.6.3\lib\couchdb-0.8.1\src\couchdb\couch_js.c}} from the CouchDB distribution to
src/js.c in the !SpiderMonkey distribution. Before running nmake, edit the new js.c and change
{{#include <jsapi.h>}} to {{#include "jsapi.h"}}.
+ CouchDB uses a custom JavaScript driver, which provides unicode and buffering improvements.
In the !SpiderMonkey distribution, rename src/js.c to src/js.c.bak, and copy {{{C:\Program
Files\erl5.6.3\lib\couchdb-0.8.1\src\couchdb\couch_js.c}}} from the CouchDB distribution to
src/js.c in the !SpiderMonkey distribution. Before running nmake, edit the new js.c and change
{{{#include <jsapi.h>}}} to {{{#include "jsapi.h"}}}.
  
  Once you've built js.exe and js32.dll, copy them both to
  

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