[zeromq-dev] Targeting ZeroMQ Interop (my C# wrapper) at ZeroMQ 2.1.0

Steven McCoy steven.mccoy at miru.hk
Sat Feb 19 23:50:29 CET 2011

On 19 February 2011 14:27, Alex Forster <alex at alexforster.com> wrote:

> I'm having a hell of a time compiling ZeroMQ 2.0.10 with support for
> OpenPGM 2.1.27-pre2. I got it down to 18 linker errors, and then I hit a
> wall because those errors are all related to missing MinGW libraries, and
> I'm using Visual Studio. My options now are: (1) dump Visual Studio, install
> the entire MinGW toolchain, and recompile everything introducing a MinGW
> dependency in the process, (2) compile .lib versions of the MinGW libraries
> since the dist binaries are all .a, or (3) move my project to ZeroMQ 2.1.0
> which purportedly has ABI stability (very enticing), and support for the
> latest version of OpenPGM (thus no dependencies on glib).
Note I've only ever cross-compiled OpenPGM with MinGW on Ubuntu, I've never
tried on Windows in MSYS; Python shitting itself with fork doesn't help
trying to do anything with SCons as I found out with the Cygwin port.  You
can add the MinGW compiler dependencies into MSVC, they're listed here
as libgcc.a


Obviously OpenPGM 5.1 is a lot easier, I even provide a Windows installer so
you don't have to build it yourself.

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