[rabbitmq-discuss] Is there any mature C/C++ client for rabbitmq?
techabc at gmail.com
Fri Jan 14 05:43:12 GMT 2011
yes! when use libtool 2.2.7a according the readme.windows as you, I compiled
2011/1/14 David Wragg <david at rabbitmq.com>
> techabc <techabc at gmail.com> writes:
> > well, my libtool version is 2.7, I install mingw with mingw's latest auto
> > installer.
> > Because, I try install-mingw.sh script failed due the tar utility.
> > I suggest the rabbitmq-c team use the sepecific version of mingw auto
> > installer instead of cygwin, It's very kindly for all people.
> Interesting. Until recently, the mingw installation instructions
> recommended against using their own installer, as it had not been
> updated in a long time. But I see they did update it in November, and
> go back to recommending its use.
> It's probably not possible to make libtool 2.7 work. We know that the
> libtool support for building with the Microsoft tool chain is broken in
> some libtool versions after 2.2.7. Judging from the error you get, 2.7
> is one of the versions where it is broken. If you don't like this, you
> may want to send your feedback to the libtool maintainers.
> This is why the README.windows file says:
> [...] The GNU build tools have limited support for Microsoft
> toolchain, but the install-mingw.sh script will install versions of
> the packages that are known to be suitable. In particular, only
> libtool version 2.2.7a is known to work; later versions have been
> reported to introduce problems.
> You only need this mingw version while you build librabbitmq. So you
> can install it temporarily, do the build, and then delete it.
> David Wragg
> Staff Engineer, RabbitMQ
> SpringSource, a division of VMware
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