[zeromq-dev] Debian package / small manpage issue

Steven McCoy steven.mccoy at miru.hk
Fri Jan 22 09:24:59 CET 2010

2010/1/22 Adrian von Bidder <avbidder at fortytwo.ch>

> OTOH: I had a very quick look at the openpgm tarball, and didn't like it
> very much.  There are no installation instructions, and there seem to be 2
> build systems (scons and cmake - or do they interact?).  Also, openpgm
> seems
> to be statically linked in zeromq in any case.  So, for now, I guess I'll
> just leave that and use what's included with zeromq.
Hey, hey!  :-)

The CMake version is from version 1, I haven't updated it yet for version 2.
 I use SCons primarily  for development as I find it a bit smarter than the
alternatives.  All the instructions are online:


It's recommended to use the static library for performance and

The scripts are a bit clunky, especially when growing in number to support
different targets.  I often stumble into bugs and limitations in the
versions bundled with most distributions, the latest being a lack of support
for Intel C 11 on Linux.

It's tedious to integrate into other projects and even package, hence ZMQ
builds OpenPGM itself using Autoconf.

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