protonWinSnap works fine for me, at least from what I have seen so far.
If I understood correctly, protonWinSnap will be kept up to date until the
merge to the main codebase is done, and that protonWin is meant only for
On 30 November 2012 14:27, Mary Hinton <m.hin...@nc.rr.com> wrote:
> Sure, it may take a while to get the proton group's approval for a merge.
> In the meantime, I have a snapshot of the Windows port at github.
> protonWinSnap is a snapshot of the code and protonWin will be the one used
> to add patches for the proton community to check out.
> To see the Windows port running, use this branch
> To compile and run this code, all you should need to do is:
> Select the zip button on the page above and extract the code.
> Select the proton.sln file in the proton-c folder and open it in Visual
> Studio 2010.
> Compile the qpid-proton and proton projects.
> Go to the Debug folder and run proton (the debug version is the only mode
> set up, the release will have to be set up).
> You should be able to see messages passed between a proton client and
> The patches will be added to this branch as they become available:
> Let me know how it works for you.
> Mary Hinton
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ljupco Taseski [mailto:t...@digiverse.si]
> Sent: Friday, November 30, 2012 5:45 AM
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> Subject: Re: Proton Port for Windows
> Is it possible to have a look at the Windows port?
> I wouldn't mind even if it is a simple tgz/zip snapshot.
> Thanks, Ljupco