[zeromq-dev] udp not enabled on Mac OS X 10.6

Chris Wong chris at chriswongstudio.com
Thu Mar 4 04:22:33 CET 2010

Sorry for the late reply.  I didn't run configure --with-pgm.  I was expecting udp to mean unicast UDP.

On a related note, is there any plan to support unreliable multicast?


On Mar 3, 2010, at 4:53 AM, Martin Lucina wrote:

> sustrik at 250bpm.com said:
>> Interestingly, the configure silently switches off PGM support rather 
>> than complaining. The build system contains the code that should complain:
>>     case "${host_os}" in
>>         *linux*|*mingw32*|*solaris*)
>>         ;;
>>         *)
>>             AC_MSG_ERROR([the PGM extension is not supported on system 
>> ${host_os}.])
>>         ;;
>>     esac
> Eh? It shouldn't do that, it should fail if you ask for --with-pgm.
>> Chris, do you see the error message in your configure log?
> I suspect Chris has assumed that the "udp" transport means some form of
> unicast UDP, and did not actually build with --with-pgm.
> This is why I suggested some time ago to rename the "udp" transport to
> "pgm+udp" to better reflect that it's actually PGM encapsulated in UDP.
> Martin, what do you think about this suggestion? You didn't reply when I
> last mentioned it.
> -mato

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