Thanks for such a detailed answer. It makes sense now to me.
David L Norris <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> All of my Windows builds are made on a Debian-based system using the
> mingw32, mingw32-binutils, mingw32-runtime packages. The script
> swish-e/src/win32/build.sh will compile Swish-e under MinGW setting all
> the required configure options. You would need to modify some portions
> of the build scripts to compile Swish-e natively under Windows.
I was trying to natively build swish-e under windows with some modifications
since we wanted to deploy swish-e on desktops throughout the organization where
we have a mixture of windows and linux clients and needed a minimal system
which would work similarily in both cases. I cannot ask all users to have perl
on their systems as well.
What are the chances of adding in a native parser for all document formats
onto swish-e itself? I would love to contribute if this is possible and feasible.
> To build Swish-e you need the development headers and libraries for
> pcre, zlib, and libxml2 compiled for Windows. These development
> packages can be found on their respective websites. Here is a copy of
> my build directory which contains a buildable version of swish-e 2.4.3:
Received on Mon Jun 27 22:43:32 2005