[ace-users] ACE, RMCast, TMCast MinGW Developer Studio project.
Douglas C. Schmidt
schmidt at dre.vanderbilt.edu
Tue Sep 4 18:33:10 CDT 2007
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Therefore, please make sure you are using ACE+TAO+CIAO x.6 (i.e., ACE
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Thanks very much,
>OS: Windows XP, not sure what winsock version.
>Compiler: we compile under Borland BCB 6, Borland Turbo10,
>MSVC .net2003 and MSVC .net2005; and the new addition: MinGW. We use
>all those compilers
>Contents of config.h:
>// ACE Config.h Borland C++ 6.0 ACE header
>I have no problem with supplied examples.
>We have successfully used ACE libs under MSVC and Borland. Now we are
>trying to use them under MinGW.
>I have downloaded MinGW Developer Studio ver 2.05 We have g++.exe
>I have not found a MinGW project for ACE, RMCast, nor TMCast. Does
>anyone has it ?
>This is for a comercial product.
>As a secondary issue, I get compiler warnings when compiling our own
>library (under MinGW), these warnings do not come from our source code
>(which uses ACE) but from the ACE source. I am attaching one of the
>warnings ( I get nine and all of them are along the same root cause):
>warning: 'int ACE_OS::thread_mutex_unlock(ACE_thread_mutex_t*)'
>defined locally after being referenced with dllimport linkage
>God bless you,
Dr. Douglas C. Schmidt Professor and Associate Chair
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science TEL: (615) 343-8197
Vanderbilt University WEB: www.dre.vanderbilt.edu/~schmidt
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