travis-ci supports windows builds. I will add such build a bit later (after
we settle with current travis-ci fixes)

ср, 8 мая 2019 г. в 10:52, Willy Tarreau <w...@1wt.eu>:

> Hi,
>
> On Mon, May 06, 2019 at 12:54:47PM +0300, Gil Bahat wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > is cygwin still supported anymore?
>
> Well, we never know :-)  I mean, we're always open to fixes to make it
> work as long as they don't impact other platforms.
>
> > the target seems to be present in the
> > Makefiles and I'd love to be able to use it. I'm running into what seems
> to
> > be a workable linker error:
> >
> > $ make TARGET=cygwin
> >   LD      haproxy
> > src/http_act.o:http_act.c:(.rdata+0x340): multiple definition of
> > `.weak.ist_uc.'
> > src/ev_poll.o:ev_poll.c:(.rdata+0x20): first defined here
>
> Aie that's really bad, it means the linker doesn't support weak symbols :-(
> Weak symbols are very handy as they are able to be included and linked in
> only once if they are used, and not linked if unused. The info I'm finding
> on the net suggest that symbols must be resolved at link time, which is the
> case here. So maybe it's just a matter of definition.
>
> I can suggest a few things to try in include/common/ist.h :
>
>   - replace "__weak__" with "weak" just in case it's different there
>     (I don't even know why I marked it "__weak__", probably just by
>     mimetism with "__attribute__" and because it worked
>
>   - add "#pragma weak ist_lc" and "#pragma weak ist_uc" in ist.h,
>     before the definitions
>
>   - add "extern const unsigned char ist_lc[256];" and
>     "extern const unsigned char ist_uc[256];" before the definitions
>
> In case one of them is enough to work, we can merge them.
>
> Thanks,
> Willy
>
>

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