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OpenBSD native libs for 1.0.5-M2 #22

bsdtruk opened this Issue Mar 17, 2013 · 7 comments


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bsdtruk commented Mar 17, 2013

Hi, I'm an OpenBSD developer and have created the OpenBSD native libs for both i386 and amd64. Please add them to src/main/resources/org/xerial/snappy/native/OpenBSD. The native libs can be downloaded here:


All the tests pass on both amd64 and i386:
Tests run: 39, Failures: 0, Errors: 0, Skipped: 0

Thank you,

@xerial xerial closed this in 6990103 Mar 19, 2013


xerial commented Mar 19, 2013

Thanks for the native libs. I will release a snapshot version soon.


xerial commented Mar 27, 2013

I recently upgraded snappy to version 1.1.0. Could you create native libraries for OpenBSD using the code in master or development branch?

@xerial xerial reopened this Mar 27, 2013

bsdtruk commented Mar 27, 2013

Yes. I can do that. Probably will have time tomorrow.

bsdtruk commented Mar 29, 2013

I have build the native libs for OpenBSD i386/amd64. They can be downloaded here:




xerial commented Apr 1, 2013

Thanks! I will integrate the binaries to the new version.

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@xerial xerial closed this in 04ccfaf Apr 10, 2013

bsdtruk commented Apr 10, 2013

Thanks! Feel free to reopen the report for future versions and I'll send you the binaries.



xerial commented Aug 13, 2013

Hi. Could you build native libraries of snappy-java-1.1.0 (the latest develop branch) for OpenBSD?

This version adds supports for direct memory access (e.g., DirectByteBuffer) when compressing/decompressing data.

And also, the result folder for OpenBSD is changed as follows:
src/main/resources/org/xerial/snappy/native/OpenBSD/{x86, x86_64}

Thanks in advance.

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