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problem compiling nginx from svn source with http_push_module on windows

July 09, 2011 03:34PM
Hello everyone,

I'm new to using SVN and what I want to achieve is:
custom compiled nginx web server with http push module on windows using either mingw, cygwin or Visual Studio compilers.

The problem lies in 2 things:
1) after I checked out the svn, it downloaded almost 2 gigabytes of data and I don't know how to compile it since in trunk directory there are no configure scripts i could run
2) after downloading linux version of nginx from nginx.org and unpacking it, i tried to configure it but i get error on "checking int size" but if i run the configuration script with parameters the windows version of nginx from site was compiled with, configuration script finishes without problem but then i cannot "make" the source "no rule to make target src/os/win32/ngx_win32_config.h..."

In this thread http://forum.nginx.org/read.php?2,192475,192511 the author of nginx mentions, that there are sources for window on svn so i've started to going that way but like i've said i don't know how to configure it since there are no configuration scripts there.

Please help me. I'm struggling with this for some time now and I don't know what else I could do.
Subject Author Posted

problem compiling nginx from svn source with http_push_module on windows

t0meck July 09, 2011 03:34PM

Re: problem compiling nginx from svn source with http_push_module on windows

Maxim Dounin July 10, 2011 10:52AM

Re: problem compiling nginx from svn source with http_push_module on windows

t0meck July 11, 2011 03:27PM

Re: problem compiling nginx from svn source with http_push_module on windows

exvance February 10, 2012 04:56PM



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