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(FWD) Re: Howto compile Tor on a windows system
[Forwarding because this particular Ben Blount isn't subscribed to the
list. (Ben, you should post from a subscribed address.) I've just added
an answer to Ben's question here:
Hope that helps -RD]
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Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2005 14:50:55 -0400
From: Ben Blount <kryptic0329@xxxxxxxxx>
To: or-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, Nick Mathewson <nickm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Howto compile Tor on a windows system
Thanks for that very helpful answer Nick, I was looking for that
solution as well. I want to change the number of routers in my
circuits, but I'm not sure where this is in the code. Do you have
suggestions on where to look?
On 6/29/05, Nick Mathewson <nickm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 29, 2005 at 11:52:45AM +0200, Martin Balvers wrote:
> > After installing the openssl, zlib and event.h at the right
> Did you put the rest of the libevent source anywhere? Are you
> building it too? Libevent is more than a header file.
> > I
> > can get Tor to compile, but then I get a bunch of link errors...
> In general, when you're reporting errors on a mailing list, you should
> tell people what errors you are getting. Otherwise it's hard to tell
> what is going wrong.
> > Who creates the windows binary that can be downloaded from the site,
> > and
> > how is it compiled ?
> With VC7, and the project file in CVS. Matt Edman sent us an nmake
> makefile for 0.0.9 a while ago, but it never got ported to 0.1.0 or
> later. I can try to do this soon if you like.
> The steps are:
> - Make sure that everything is up to date:
> - Get the most recent zlib source
> - Get the most recent openssl library.
> - Get the most recent libevent source.
> - Build.
> > Is it possible to compile a windows binary in Cygwin ?
> It was a while ago; I haven't tried in a while. If you have any
> patches to make it work with vc6 or cygwin, please send them in. I'd
> love to have Tor build correctly under more compilers.
> hoping this helps,
> Nick Mathewson
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