Well now I have to find "autoreconf" for the autoconf.sh to work.

I have to say I am very disappointed in how much time, over 2 weeks, I have 
put into trying to get version 3 of the protocol buffers to build on my 
laptop!  I'm to the point where I am going to recommend to our manager that 
we scrap protocol buffers and go back to XML to generate out message 
definitions!  Free software is no good if you cannot get it working and 
after wasting 2 weeks of my time trying to build version 3 it is no longer 
free software!  I will have to go through all of this effort again when we 
decide which cross-compiler we are going to use to build the image for our 
embedded application.

On Tuesday, May 31, 2016 at 8:15:14 AM UTC-5, Douglas Lewis wrote:
> I'm trying to make protocol buffers using the provided make file and 
> instructions for version 3.  I've followed the steps in the readme 
> instructions including "./configure".
> When I issue the make command everything executes correctly until the 
> "ranlib .libs/librprotoc.a" command is issued.  The following error is 
> displayed:
> g++.exe: 
> /home/DLewis/RTS3-PB/protobuf-3.0.0-beta-3/src/.libs/libprotobuf.dll.a: No 
> such file or directory
> I check the directory and the file exists in that directory.
> Has anyone else been able to build version 3 of protocol buffers using 
> cygwin on a Windows 7 PC?
> The gcc version is 3.4.4.
> Thanks,
> Doug

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