[zeromq-dev] CZMQ Visual Studio

Laurent Alebarde l.alebarde at free.fr
Mon Oct 7 11:35:49 CEST 2013

When I was trying to build libzmq and libczmq under windows with MinGW, 
some suggested me on stackoverflow that it would be easier to do it 
under the QT environment. I didn't try because I wanted to stay minimal. 
But if your main project is already under QT, you should try to rebuild 
libzmq under it.

Le 07/10/2013 07:43, HG Choi a écrit :
> To Developers,
> Even though I do not enjoy dealing with Windows, I must do so at this 
> point in time. I have successfully cross-compiled libzmq, libczmq, and 
> libfmq for x86_64 Windows using Mingw under Linux. All three were 
> tested using the built selftests.exe. So now I know it is possible to 
> use all three libraries in Windows.
> But the issue is that the current QT project that I am tying to 
> integrate FileMQ (zmq, czmq) into is a MSVC project. Thus my cross 
> compiled mingw c++ libs are not compatible with the msvc compiler. I 
> have been told this is due to C++ name mangling issues.
> http://www.mingw.org/wiki/MixingCompilers
> I have tried to create mvsc compatible libs through DLLs using the 
> visual studio dumpbin, dlltool, and def file method, but also no luck. 
> Maybe someone has succeeded?
> Cross compiliation with x86_64-w64-mingw32 toolset to Windows 
> definitely works, but as far as I know, for MSVC, I am not sure. I 
> have tried using the i586-mingw32msvc but without success..
> For my situation, the ideal method of building these libraries is to 
> use the msvc solution files on a Windows host, but I could only get 
> libzmq to build cleanly without errors.
> Below is the errors I receive from a fresh czmq-master on Visual 
> Studio 2010.
> http://pastebin.com/7piDizJA
> If anyone has any clues to what is causing the errors or successfully 
> built CZMQ and FMQ using Visual Studio for Windows x86_64, I would 
> really appreciate the guidance.
> Thank you for reading,
> Ho-Gyun Choi
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