Re: [xml] Can't build DLL under MinGW

Hi Dmitry,

I am using libcml for one of my project. I am using Dev-C++ compiler with the mingw version supplied with it. I used MSYS and compiled the libxml without any errors.

I just run which run the configure script automatically and you just need to run make and it will make the libxml dll or shared library.

And it seems you do not have widows SDK (ws2_32 ) in your mingw installation check it.

with best regards,

On 17 Feb 2004 at 18:44, dsnpa wrote:

> Hi,
> I can't build libxml2 (the latest CVS snapshot) as DLL under MinGW.
> I'm doing the following with the unpacked snapshot:
> $ make clean
> $ rm config.cache
> $ ./ --prefix=/usr/local --without-ftp --without-http
> --without-threads --without-iconv --without-zlib $ make
> During the linkage process I see:
>  gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I. -I./include -I./include -DWIN32 -g
>  -O2 -Wall -MT pattern.lo -MD -MP -MF .deps/pattern.Tpo -c pattern.c
>  -o pattern.o >/dev/null 2>&1
> /bin/sh ./libtool --mode=link gcc  -g -O2 -Wall   -o -rpath
> /usr/local/lib -version-info 8:6:6 SAX.lo entities.lo encoding.lo
> error.lo parserInternals.lo parser.lo tree.lo hash.lo list.lo xmlIO.lo
> xmlmemory.lo uri.lo valid.lo xlink.lo HTMLparser.lo HTMLtree.lo
> debugXML.lo xpath.lo xpointer.lo xinclude.lo nanohttp.lo nanoftp.lo
> DOCBparser.lo catalog.lo globals.lo threads.lo c14n.lo xmlstring.lo
> xmlregexp.lo xmlschemas.lo xmlschemastypes.lo xmlunicode.lo
> xmlreader.lo relaxng.lo dict.lo SAX2.lo xmlwriter.lo legacy.lo
> chvalid.lo pattern.lo   -lws2_32 libtool: link: warning: undefined
> symbols not allowed in i686-pc-mingw32 shared libraries
> Actually, I tryed to ./configure without all that "without" options,
> but I got the same. If somebody had a success building DLL under
> MinGW, please describe me the right way to do this. Any help would be
> appreciated!
> Regards, Dmitry Samoyloff
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