Building on Windows (7) #22

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buschtoens opened this Issue Feb 4, 2013 · 4 comments

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When compiling protobuf on Windows 7, the builder can't find these includes: string, vector, map, algorithm, stack, ...

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"string": No such file or directory [C:\Users\Jan\Desktop\respotify\node_modules\spotify-web\node_modules\protobuf\build\binding.sln]

What am I doing wrong?

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chrisdew Feb 11, 2013

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Hi Silvinci.

So far, this module has only been built on Ubuntu and OSX, as per the README.

If you would like to fix this Windows issue and add instructions, that would be great. Personally I use Ubuntu as my dev and production environments, so I'm unable to help here.

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chrisdew commented Feb 11, 2013

Hi Silvinci.

So far, this module has only been built on Ubuntu and OSX, as per the README.

If you would like to fix this Windows issue and add instructions, that would be great. Personally I use Ubuntu as my dev and production environments, so I'm unable to help here.

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buschtoens Feb 11, 2013

Dammit... I freaking hate Windows, sadly the my app has to work on some Windows machines. Can you make any assumptions, what string, vector, map, algorithm, stack, etc. could mean?
I'm a little bit of a C++ noob and I'd think that these are native C++ classes, that are simply not found by the compiler?

On Ubuntu it works perfectly fine for me, too.

Dammit... I freaking hate Windows, sadly the my app has to work on some Windows machines. Can you make any assumptions, what string, vector, map, algorithm, stack, etc. could mean?
I'm a little bit of a C++ noob and I'd think that these are native C++ classes, that are simply not found by the compiler?

On Ubuntu it works perfectly fine for me, too.

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No, sorry, I've never done any software development on Windows. Perhaps someone else can help?

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chrisdew commented Jul 24, 2013

No, sorry, I've never done any software development on Windows. Perhaps someone else can help?

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buschtoens Jul 24, 2013

I found an alternative Node.js only parser: dcodeIO/ProtoBuf.js.
Thanks though. ;)

I found an alternative Node.js only parser: dcodeIO/ProtoBuf.js.
Thanks though. ;)

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