← Back to team overview

drizzle-discuss team mailing list archive

Re: Drizzle on MS windows

 

On 07/17/2010 02:03 PM, Jobin Augustine wrote:
> Thank you Monty,
> 
> Thats a great news.
> Just curious, why this changes not yet merged.
> 
> already have a setup of MinGW on windows.
> I shall work on that in the coming week.

Cause it doens't fully work yet. And I'm lazy. And a bad person.

But mostly because of the doesn't work yet thing.

> 
>      
> 
>     I had some work done in the libdrizzle code which had it almost
>     compiling natively with mingw. The only part that didn't work was the
>     poll() call, which doesn't exist on Windows. I think a single ifdef
>     around poll() to use WSAPoll instead on windows isn't terrible. Other
>     than that, there were a few places where we need to #include <windows.h>
> 
>     I'm not worried about linking cygwin.dll. I see cygwin as mainly a
>     source-target for people already using cygwin... not really as a way to
>     ship a binary version of libdrizzle.
> 
>     But check out lp:~mordred/libdrizzle/mingwport
> 
>     It doesn't work yet, but gives you an idea of where I was going. You can
>     either do it in a mingw setup on windows, or you can cross-compile on
>     linux (if you have mingw and mingw-pthreads installed) by doing:
> 
>     ./configure --build=x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu --host=i586-mingw32msvc
> 
>     Monty
> 
>>
> 




Follow ups

References