[rabbitmq-discuss] plugin development on Windows - possible?
jkuch at gopivotal.com
Thu Aug 29 19:37:36 BST 2013
The users I've talked to who have shown interest in doing this have usually
decided to pursue the Linux direction for their plugin development because
the pernicious interactions of Cygwin, the Erlang tools, and various other
things are so cagey, and you never quite know when you're safe.
Perhaps a Linux install in a VM is the easiest path forward.
On Thu, Aug 29, 2013 at 2:33 AM, Emile Joubert <emile at rabbitmq.com> wrote:
> On 29/08/13 07:03, Isosceles wrote:
> > I'm getting conflicting information on whether it's possible to
> > compile/build RabbitMQ plugins on Windows with cygwin. Some posts claim
> > it's totally doable while others say it's out of question because of
> > filesystem conventions and escript behavior on Win.
> At the time of writing the released plugins cannot be built by Cygwin
> from within the public umbrella repository due to the reasons you list.
> You might be able to work around those issues or build your plugin using
> your own build infrastructure.
> If you have a choice then opt for a Unix/GNU platform (such as Linux)
> where the existing build infrastructure will work.
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