Compiling Lighty on win32¶
It just works as on Unix.
Starting with lighty 1.4.11-svn the source compiles on windows. Not all parts are ported, but it works in general.
- Visual C++ (e.g. Visual C++ Toolkit or Visual C++ 2005 Express)
- the win32-SDK from the Platform SDK (tip: you don't need the full package)
- SCons (scons 0.96.91 or higher) which requires Python
SCons needs a configfile in the same folder as the SConstruct file.
My config.py file looks like this:
prefix='c:/lighttpd-scons/' VC_TOOLKIT_HOME='c:/Programme/Microsoft Visual C++ Toolkit 2003/' PSDK_HOME='c:/Programme/Microsoft Platform SDK/' # with_mysql='/usr/local/mysql/bin/mysql_config' with_pcre='no' with_openssl='no' with_gzip='no' with_bzip2='no' with_memcached='no' with_sqlite3='no' with_xml='no' # default 'no' build_static='yes' # default 'no' build_fullstatic='no' # default 'yes' build_dynamic='no'
All the with_* options have to 'no' for now, build_static is the only way that works and VC_TOOLKIT_HOME and PSDK_HOME have to be set to the locations of the Visual C++ Toolkit and the Platform SDK.
will build the lighty (lighttpd-semi-static.exe) in the 'build' directory.
With a get of /trunk/ as of 11/28/2006, and using VS2005, I get:
scons: *** An executable should have exactly one target with the suffix: .exe
Deleting that section out of the SConscript (it seems to be for building test apps?) gets me a bit farther until:
src\server.c(3) : fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'sys/time.h': No such file or directory
Anyone have any suggestions?
As with r1504 /trunk/ it seems that Win32 build is broken:
sys/time.h only exists in POSIX environment, possibly should be using sys/utime.h under Win32.
Local implementation of getopt.h is missing.
Updated by gstrauss over 1 year ago · 8 revisions