>From David Norris:
> Kerry.Thurber@signalsolutionsinc.com wrote:
>> 1) Get windows source code for version 2.3 or later.
>Windows builds are from the same source code as Unix:
OK. I was dissuaded from that by the download page. It says:
"swish-e-2.4.0.tar.gz is the version to download unless you are using
> You also need to setup a build environment with pcre, libxml2, zlib.
> Here is a snapshot of my SWISH-E Win32 build environment from a 2.4
> preview release (same as I used for the 2.4.0 release):
> Unzip it and update the SWISH-E sources with either those from the above
> tarball or from CVS. We have tags for various releases in CVS. You can
> find how to access CVS from here:
Thanks a lot. I'll try it out.
>> 2) Get documentation for the API (maybe even an example?) on version
> 2.1 is not a stable version; 2.1 was the development series for the 2.2
> release. I'm not sure why you'd want that.
Just because it's the latest download labeled as a windows source. But
you've answered that, and I'll try it out. Thanks again!
> Nonetheless, it's included
> with SWISH-E 2.1 sources in the doc and probably html directories.
> SWISH-API I believe it's called... I'd suspect you'd find some examples
> in the examples directory...
> David Norris
> ICQ - 412039
Received on Wed Dec 3 20:55:54 2003