[Ecls-list] Problem compiling latest CVS with mingw/MSYS under Windows.

John Connors johnc at yagc.ndo.co.uk
Mon Jan 24 17:33:16 UTC 2005

I haven't had much time to test this yet - I have been going slowly 
because of the lack of docs. Although --without-tcp *is* indeed the 
default for mingw in the current CVS, much of the code is #included 
anyway even, when TCP is not #defined and it's this causing the problems 
I had out of the box before I started hacking *in the* mingw TCP support.

I have some newbie developer questions:

Why are all the files called *.d instead of *c?

And why are there seperate build/ and src/ directories?

How do I test my TCP support hack? Is there any test code I can use?

Cyborg Animation Programmer

Goffioul Michael wrote:
>>There are similar problems with ecls/src/tcp.d - the #if  _MSC_VER 
>>seemingly needs to be #if defined(_MSC_VER) || defined(mingw)..
> Well, AFAIK, TCP support is currently not part of mingw32 port, however
> I don't know if the --with-tcp flag is enabled by default. I did the
> TCP port to MSVC, but I don't know if it work as-is under mingw32, I
> didn't test it.
> Can you confirm that by replacing #ifdef _MSC_VER with
> #if defined(_MSC_VER) || defined(mingw32), network support works OK
> under mingw32?
> Michael.
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