Re: [xml] Issue building libxml2 with mingw 64bit gcc

So Now I am going across this thread

and this is what I do: It looks like i am getting socket based issues and that it should be using -lws2_32 however its not.
Any suggestions on how I can fix this would be appreciated.

c:\libxml2-2.6.30\win32>cscript.exe configure.js compiler=mingw prefix=c:/tester  debug=yes static=yes
Microsoft (R) Windows Script Host Version 5.8
Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

libxml2 version: 2.6.30
Created Makefile.
Created config.h.

XML processor configuration
              Trio: no
     Thread safety: native
        FTP client: yes
       HTTP client: yes
    HTML processor: yes
      C14N support: yes
   Catalog support: yes
   DocBook support: yes
     XPath support: yes
  XPointer support: yes
  XInclude support: yes
     iconv support: yes
  iso8859x support: no
      zlib support: no
  Debugging module: yes
  Memory debugging: no
 Runtime debugging: no
    Regexp support: yes
    Module support: yes
      Tree support: yes
    Reader support: yes
    Writer support: yes
    Walker support: yes
   Pattern support: yes
      Push support: yes
Validation support: yes
      SAX1 support: yes
    Legacy support: yes
    Output support: yes
XML Schema support: yes
Schematron support: yes
   Python bindings: no

Win32 build configuration
          Compiler: mingw
     Debug symbols: yes
    Static xmllint: yes
    Install prefix: c:/tester
      Put tools in: $(PREFIX)\bin
    Put headers in: $(PREFIX)\include
Put static libs in: $(PREFIX)\lib
Put shared libs in: $(PREFIX)\lib
      Include path: .
          Lib path: .


gcc.exe -Wl,--major-image-version,2 -Wl,--minor-image-version,6 -Wl,-L,bin.mingw -Wl,-L,c:/tester\lib  -shared -Wl,--dll -Wl,--out-implib,bin.mingw/li
bxml2.lib -o bin.mingw/libxml2.dll int.mingw/c14n.o int.mingw/catalog.o int.mingw/chvalid.o int.mingw/debugXML.o int.mingw/dict.o int.mingw/DOCBparser
.o int.mingw/encoding.o int.mingw/entities.o int.mingw/error.o int.mingw/globals.o int.mingw/hash.o int.mingw/HTMLparser.o int.mingw/HTMLtree.o int.mi
ngw/legacy.o int.mingw/list.o int.mingw/nanoftp.o int.mingw/nanohttp.o int.mingw/parser.o int.mingw/parserInternals.o int.mingw/pattern.o int.mingw/re
laxng.o int.mingw/SAX.o int.mingw/SAX2.o int.mingw/schematron.o int.mingw/threads.o int.mingw/tree.o int.mingw/uri.o int.mingw/valid.o int.mingw/xincl
ude.o int.mingw/xlink.o int.mingw/xmlIO.o int.mingw/xmlmemory.o int.mingw/xmlreader.o int.mingw/xmlregexp.o int.mingw/xmlmodule.o int.mingw/xmlsave.o
int.mingw/xmlschemas.o int.mingw/xmlschemastypes.o int.mingw/xmlunicode.o int.mingw/xmlwriter.o int.mingw/xpath.o int.mingw/xpointer.o int.mingw/xmlst
ring.o  -lwsock32 -lwsock32 -liconv -lkernel32
int.mingw/nanohttp.o: In function `xmlNanoHTTPConnectHost':
c:\libxml2-2.6.30\win32/../nanohttp.c:1003: undefined reference to `__imp_getaddrinfo'
c:\libxml2-2.6.30\win32/../nanohttp.c:1013: undefined reference to `__imp_freeaddrinfo'
c:\libxml2-2.6.30\win32/../nanohttp.c:1035: undefined reference to `__imp_freeaddrinfo'
c:\libxml2-2.6.30\win32/../nanohttp.c:1041: undefined reference to `__imp_freeaddrinfo'
collect2.exe: error: ld returned 1 exit status
Makefile:313: recipe for target 'bin.mingw/libxml2.dll' failed
make64: *** [bin.mingw/libxml2.dll] Error 1

How can I fix this error. ?

On Thu, Feb 26, 2015 at 4:49 PM, Bjoern Hoehrmann <derhoermi gmx net> wrote:
* James Franco wrote:
>admin US01WKS03044 /c/libxml2-2.6.30
>$ make64
>make  all-recursive
>process_begin: CreateProcess(NULL, make all-recursive, ...) failed.
>make (e=2): The system cannot find the file specified.
>Makefile:560: recipe for target 'all' failed
>make64: *** [all] Error 2
>any suggestions on how I could resolve this issue ?

You should probably find out which file it is trying to find. It might
be `make`. What happens if you just run `make`? Tools like "Process
Monitor" (available on the Microsoft Technet site) help in that regard.
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