we've had a few people ask about building cosign on Windows, but I
don't believe anyone has ever successfully done it. Perhaps Cygwin
would make it more manageable?
One issue will certainly be mod_cosign's direct manipulation of
filesystem objects (e.g. for the local session cache). The libsnet
code has already been ported (by Jarod Malestein) to Windows so that
shouldn't be a big problem.
On Jul 7, 2005, at 7:23 AM, Martin Campbell wrote:
Has anyone had a shot at building cosign with a win32 based apache?
tried the quick n' dirty solution of compiling up the module on a unix
system & dropping it in, to which apache objects with the generic
windows error 'not a valid win32 applcaition'.
I was going to try compiling cosign from source but i think that the
--enable-apache* switches use apxs to locate apache & build the .so
modules, apxs isn't distributed by apache on win32 ... not sure if
get it by compiling from source though.