I fail building and installing yaws on a windows 2000 system.
Is there a standard way documented at any place? With or
I searched in the list-archive, at google, but found nothing.
On Wed, Mar 05, 2003 at 02:25:46PM +0100, Jens Himmelreich wrote:
> I fail building and installing yaws on a windows 2000 system.
> Is there a standard way documented at any place? With or
> without cygwin.
> I searched in the list-archive, at google, but found nothing.
Yaws currently doesn't neither build nor work on win32.
There is _not_ a lot of work required for this to work.
I gave it a shot a couple of months ago but gave up since the
erlc command was broken under cygwin then. It maybe
fixed by now. ????
I imagine that:
- use cygwin and the same Makefiles we have
- To compile the c code either
- use gcc and compile the linked in driver that
needs to be built
- or use the visual ms compiler
- or hack the code so that no driver is needed under win32
(This I recommend)
would to the trick.
There are some other stuff that needs to be done relating
to the tmp files that yaws create under /tmp/yaws.
Possibly use configure to generate a file (similar to yaws_vsn)
which fast tells us that we're on win32..........
Any takers :-)
Claes Wikstrom -- Caps lock is nowhere and
http://www.hyber.org -- everything is under control
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