[zeromq-dev] Help using VSCode to build libzmq

Attila Magyari atti86 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 2 12:01:09 CET 2018

To build libzmq you need to have a compiler. VSCode is not a compiler, so
by default it doesn't build anything. You can install extensions for C++,
which let you build code, but it requires some setting up.
For building libzmq, you have several options, you can check them out in
the builds directory. I can imagine that you could set up something in
VSCode to execute one of these, but honestly I don't see the point of it.

Assuming you are on Windows, if not ignore this last sentence, the easiest
way for me to build libzmq was cmake + Visual Studio. cmake generates the
solution files which are easily buildable in VS.

On Fri, Nov 2, 2018 at 12:39 PM Osiris Pedroso <opedroso at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> Coming back from a hiatus, I would like to work on the Github #3263 issue
> (a Windows crash in libzmq).
> I would like to use VSCode to build LIBZMQ, if possible.
> Are there any VSCode users out there that could give me some pointers on
> how to build LIBZMQ (or any of the ZMQ projects) using VSCode?
> Appreciate any pointers,
> Osiris
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