[zeromq-dev] Building pyzmq on Windows with Boost library naming for libzmq

Eric Berge Eric.Berge at quantum.com
Tue Mar 15 22:46:40 CET 2016

I am attempting to build pyzmq using copies of libzmq that use the Boost library naming conventions (for example "libzmq-v110-mt-3_2_3.lib") and when I run "python setup.py configure -zmq=..." I get the following error:

        LINK : fatal error LNK1181: cannot open input file 'libzmq.lib'

Is there a way to change the name of the library setup.py will use from "libzmq" to something else such as "libzmq-v110-mt-3_2_3"?  I looked through the code to see if I could find a command line parameter to setup.py that would allow for this but if it's there, I missed it.



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