By 'solution' I mean a solution to the issue mentioned in the title, e.g.
building OpenLDAP for Windows. With the instructions provided in that URL I
was able to successfully (that is, without build or any other type of
errors) build OpenLDAP library in Windows. Even better, by doing according
to those instructions I was able to do it by using tools that are kind of
'native' to Windows (like Visual Studio command prompt), not tools that try
to emulate some other operating system (like Cygwin or Msys). I needed this
so that I can use it from my C++ application developed in Visual Studio
through the OpenLDAP api, e.g. by calling functions declared in ldap.h. I
don't quite understand how any backends would be related to this...? If I
recall correctly, two dependent libraries were required during the linking
phase (I think they were OpenSSL and a regex lib), but that became solved
by providing the linker with a path to pre-built versions of them (the
question concerned only building OpenLDAP, not the dependencies).
ps. English is not my native language, so please be kind if there are that
sort of inaccuracies in my text.
On Sat, Sep 12, 2015 at 6:01 AM, Sergio NNX <sfhacker(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
> It turned out that this is the solution:
> That allows you to build it using native Windows tools (like Visual
> command prompt) so there is no risk of running into linking or other
> problems later on.
Can you explain to us what you mean by 'solution'?
I had a quick look at that URL and see no reference whatsoever about
overlays, backends (e.g. ODBC, DB, SASL), dependencies (e.g. OpenSSL) and
tests (approx. 70 tests)?
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