How do I control the environment used to compile the software under Windows?
If you are compiling the project within the MinGW or Cygwin environments,
then these use the same
configure mechanism as Unix-based systems. See
the previous entry for more information.
If you are compiling the project from within Visual Studio, then this does
not use the standard configure mechanism. Instead, there is a separate
Configure script within the
win32 directory. This can be used enable
or disable various aspects of the build environment, such as support for
encryption or IPv6.
Configure --help for more information
Note that this script does not include an equivalent of
for extending the MIB information supported by the agent. Instead, this
needs to be done by tweaking the build environment manually. See the file
README.win32 for more details of this, and various other aspects of building
the project on Windows systems.
- How do I control the environment used to compile the software?
- How do I control the environment used to compile the software under Windows?
- Why does the compilation complain about missing libraries?
- How can I reduce the memory footprint?
- How can I reduce the installation footprint or speed up compilation?
- How can I compile the project for use on an embedded system?
- How can I compile the project to use static linking?
- Why does 'make test' skip various tests?
- Why does 'make test' complain about a pid file?