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From Mahadev Konar <maha...@yahoo-inc.com>
Subject Re: ZooKeeper C bindings and cygwin?
Date Sat, 04 Sep 2010 06:04:08 GMT
Hi Jan,
 It would be great to have some documentation on how to use the windows install. Would you
mind submitting a patch with documentation with FAQ's and any other issues you might have
faced?

Thanks
mahadev


On 9/1/10 6:04 AM, "jdeinhard@ujam.com" <jdeinhard@ujam.com> wrote:

Dear list readers,

we've "solved" the problem ourself. We found the dll CYGZOOKEEPER_MT-2.DLL in /usr/local/bin.

Best regards
Jan & Jan

Am 01.09.2010 um 12:57 schrieb jdeinhard@ujam.com<mailto:jdeinhard@ujam.com>:

Dear list readers,

we want to use the zookeeper C bindings with our applications. Some of them are running on
Linux (e.g. Load Balancer) and others (.NET(C#) Audio Servers) on Windows Server 2008.
We'd like to try using cygwin to accomplish this task on windows, but we need further advice
on how to do that.

What we did so far:

1) downloaded latest cygwin
2) ran ./configure
3) ran make
4) ran make install


Now we find some files (libzookeeper_mt.a, libzookeeper_mt.dll.a, libzookeeper_mt.la, libzookeeper_st.a,
libzookeeper_st.dll.a and libzookeeper_st.la) in our cygwin/usr/local/lib folder, but these
cannot be used in Visual Studio.
Is it somehow possible to produce a file that we can then use like a .dll or a .lib ?
What do we have to do to accomplish our task? Are we heading in a completely wrong direction?


Any help is greatly appreciated, thank you in advance!



Best regards
Jan & Jan





Jan Deinhard

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