Build cyassl with for GNU windows gcc

  • WJX

    WJX - 2009-05-03


    I'm using cyassl for a personnal project and I compile it with cygwin to use it with windows version of GNU gcc (code::blocks) The problem is that because I compile it on cygwin, I need to use the cygwin DLL. I can compile it with visual c++ but I can't use it with a GNU windows gcc project.

    Do you know How I can compile it and use the statics library with the GNU windows gcc compiler on a code::blocks project?


    • Todd Ouska

      Todd Ouska - 2009-05-04

      Compilng CyaSSL with code::projects will probably be your best bet.  It looks like you should be able to import a GNU makefile or Visual C++ project if you don't want to set it up by hand.

    • WJX

      WJX - 2009-05-12

      Yes, just import the VC++ project in code::block, set the compiler to GNU gcc, add the WIN32 and _WIN32 define, and everything worked fine, the problem I had was stupid and I will not tell it here for my own dignity :) lol

    • WJX

      WJX - 2009-05-12

      No need make file or anything, it automaticly compile the ssl and the ctaocrypt livrary as static. (verify that the option is set on the project propertie).


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