From: Wilson Young <wilwky@gm...> - 2012-10-31 23:30:57
I apologize in advance for the newbie question. I am able to use
agent-proxy without any issues on my linux box. However, I also want
to get agent-proxy working on a Windows 7 box. I am trying to compile
in Windows land without any luck. Here is what I have tried so far:
1. Install cygwin and run the make file included in agent-proxy.
However, I am not sure what to provide to the TLSPATH_INC variable.
2. I created my own Visual Studio project (adding wsock32.lib) and
added the source files. When I compiled, I got errors regarding
O_RDONLY and O_NONBLOCK. To my understanding, these defines are not
available in Windows. In other parts of the code, there are #ifndef
_WIN32 pre-processors that block out similar code.
Besides trying to do this in Windows land, did I make a mistake
somewhere? Should I even proceed down this path?
Thanks in advance.