[Libwebsockets] CMake project for Libwebsockets and more
joakim.soderberg at gmail.com
Wed Feb 6 21:28:00 CET 2013
Andy pulled my changes to the official repos, so you can get it all from
there now. All the things you mentioned are fixed.
On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 6:26 PM, FNA <aqiruse at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have ubuntu, Netbeans on Ubuntu and Windows, as well as VS 2008, 2010.
> If I can get a copy of the sources, I can check it to make sure it compiles
> as soon as I have a chance. I have a version of chrome26 sources I dl'd
> from the site that compiles and seems to work with my VS2008 since that is
> what I use mainly. Had to add afew tags like to the syslog stuff since my
> compiler does not have that, and add the Windows version of non-blocking
> sockets using #ifdef's. Just minor changes like that, but I have the
> chrome26 compiling in VS 2008.I excluded the deamon.c from the project in
> VS 2008. Now I just need to figure out if the error is in my html test page
> or in something i did to the library. Working on that. I have basic cmake
> files but have not finished them yet. Can test the compilation part if i
> can get the cmake files.
> On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 2:20 AM, "Andy Green (林安廸)" <andy at warmcat.com>wrote:
>> On 06/02/13 02:08, the mail apparently from Joakim Söderberg included:
>>> My repos, the branch is "newcmake":
>>> First of all, the Windows build was in the current upstream repos was
>>> broken in several ways, I've fixed some (crash) bugs relating to that.
>>> See the my commit log for specifics.
>> I see... you've been busy! Nice to see the patches on top of almost HEAD
>> Anyway. I've made a CMake project file for Libwebsockets which would be
>>> nice if it could be added upstream. It contains most of the features
>>> that the autoconf project does, plus some more. Most importantly, it
>>> vastly improves the Windows experience, without the need of manually
>>> editing a bunch of Visual Studio projects for different targets.
>> Yes that was always an asspain, especially since I don't have a use for
>> Windows builds myself it was always prone to rot. Previously we had two
>> contributors working on it with different VS versions and committing
>> different and incompatible project files... that's not really workable.
>> Having a Cmake text file is much better.
>> I've also added support for using the CyaSSL library which has a OpenSSL
>>> compatibility layer. This is currently only supported in the CMake
>>> project (because of my lack of autoconf skills). Note that there is a
>>> crash bug in their current official version when SSL_free() is called
>>> when after using BIO_new_socket(). I've done a pull request for a fix,
>>> Tested on:
>>> - Windows XP
>>> - Linux
>>> - NetBSD
>>> - OSX
>> Great job, thanks for the patches: all applied.
>> More about CMake:
>> At some point I will try your Cmake file in Linux and try to understand
>> if we can switch over. I didn't have time to learn Cmake for no real
>> advatange (since I personally don't use Windows), but since you have
>> contributed it that's much easier to consider now.
>>> How come this project is not on github anyway? At least mirrored there?
>> OK. I created this
>> and added it to my push script so it will mirror git.libwebsockets.orgthere every push.
>> Thanks again for your work and contribution!
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