The primary reason is testing. Secondly there just hasn't been much (any
really) interest in win32 for production, it's not used on that platform
and confidence is low as a result. We'd need to find one or more
users/developers that are interested in testing and fixing any issues
found on win32 (this would include one or more of the; java server, java
client, c client components), preferably someone who's actively using
win32/zk in production. Interested?
ps there's also the issue of cygwin vs native win32. I'm assuming that
if you want to run win32 in production you want native.
Jiro Iwamoto wrote:
I'm investigating "zookeeper" on win32.
I read that zookeeper is only usable on win32 development platform but
not production platform in this page.
Why cannot zookeeper use on win32 production platform?
Zookeeper is not tested well in win32?
Please tell me why.