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. Method Decompress in a directory - centralize the external libraries Unpack the archive containing the compiled library in an easy to access directory (with a name without spaces). For example: c: libs curl-7.28.1-devel-mingw32 Integration to the Codeblocks project: 2 steps There are 2 modifications that are required to make use of an additional library under Codeblocks: Indicate the compiler where to find the.h files. Tell the compiler where to find the.h files will prevent errors when inserting #include corresponding to the library in the source code.

This is done in:. Project - Build options. Click on the project root (not on Target or Debug, otherwise the settings won't be applied). Go to the 'Search directories' tab Add fetch the directory that contains the.h files (in our example: libcurl c: libs curl-7.28.1-devel-mingw32 include) and select the directory. Indicate the editor where to find the binaries of the library Tell the editor where to find binaries of the library, will allow it to generate the executable after compilation, e.g for the environment MinGW (.a extension). This is done in:. Click on the project root (not on Target or Debug, otherwise the settings won't be applied).

Go to the 'Linker settings' tab Add fetch the directory that contains the.a files (in our example: libcurl c: libs curl-7.28.1-devel-mingw32 lib) and select the parts of the library needed. Notes The.dll files Depending on how you set up your project (dynamic or static link), you may have to copy.dll files in the executable directory (or in the Windows PATH), to enable the dynamic loading of the library.

In the case of libcurl, the.dll are found in: c: libs curl-7.28.1-devel-mingw32 bin You need to add them, for example, in the 'Target' of the project, containing the executable generated after compilation (or somewhere in the PATH), and this is only necessary when compiling with dynamic links and to start the executable outside of the development environment. Relative or absolute paths When you configure Codeblocks parameter, after selecting a resource, you will be prompted with a message: 'Keep this as a relative path?' If you choose to keep the relative path, it means that CodeBlocks won't store the absolute path to the specified resource (e.g ' c: libs curl-7.28.1-devel-mingw32 lib libcurl.a'), but only the path relative to the project directory (e.g '. Libs curl-7.28.1-devel-mingw32 lib libcurl.a'). It is useful to specify a relative path if the resources are available in the project directory. The project can be compiled on another machine with CodeBlocks.

Do not copy the external library in the MinGW directory It might work and there are many tutorials that recommend this step. However, I do not recommend doing this, unless you want to: - Mess with the installation of CodeBlocks. Reinstall all your libraries because you have updated CodeBlocks or MinGW. Do not know how to update your libraries. Original document published by on CommentcaMarche.net.

Aug 19, 2014 - gem install curb --platform=ruby -- --with-curl-lib=C:/curl-7.40.0-devel-mingw32/bin --with-curl-include=C:/curl-7.40.0-devel-mingw32/include.

  • 2Building libcurl static library for DMD32 Windows
  • 3Building libcurl.dll on Windows

Precompiled binaries for Windows

Building libcurl static library for DMD32 Windows

Please note that these instructions will compile libcurl static library without SSL support.

How to download mingw

Required tools

  • MinGW-make (http://www.mingw.org)
  • Digital Mars Compiler (http://ftp.digitalmars.com/Digital_Mars_C++/Patch/dm857c.zip)

Building curl_static_dmc.lib

  1. Create directory C:BUILD
  2. Download http://curl.haxx.se/download/curl-7.37.0.zip and extract it into C:BUILD
  3. cd C:BUILDcurl-7.37.0

Open includecurlcurlbuild.h in your favorite editor and add the following to line 188:

Creature feature greatest show. Open includecurlcurlrules.h and add defined(__DMC__) to line 207:

Open libconfig-win32.h and add && !defined(__DMC__) to line 566

Open libcurl_setup.h and add the following to line 504

Save the following as C:BUILDcurl-7.37.0libMakefile.dmc

  • cd C:BUILDcurl-7.37.0lib
  • set PATH=C:DevMinGWbin;C:dmbin
  • mingw32-make -f Makefile.dmc

Using the static lib

Since dmd 2.069.0 all the curl symbols need to be exported so that std.net.curl can load them from the executable. This can be achieved by additionally linking with export_curl.def.

dmd myprog.d curl_static_dmc.lib export_curl.def

Building libcurl.dll on Windows

Required tools

  • MinGW (http://www.mingw.org)
  • Digital Mars' implib (http://ftp.digitalmars.com/bup.zip)
  • MinGW-w64 (http://mingw-w64.sourceforge.net/)
  • Microsoft Librarian (lib.exe)
  • pexports (http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/MinGW/Extension/pexports/)
  • Sample program app.d

Building libcurl.dll 32 bit with SSL support

  1. Create directory C:BUILD
  2. Download curl-7.52.1.zip from http://curl.haxx.se/download.html and extract it into C:BUILD
  3. Download zlib-1.2.10.tar.gz from http://zlib.net/ and extract it into C:BUILD
  4. Save the following batch file as C:BUILDbuild-curl32.bat
  5. Run build-curl32 from Windows command prompt

Building libcurl.dll 64 bit with SSL support

  1. Create directory C:BUILD
  2. Download curl-7.52.1.zip from http://curl.haxx.se/download.html and extract it into C:BUILD
  3. Download zlib-1.2.10.tar.gz from http://zlib.net/ and extract it into C:BUILD
  4. Save the following batch file as C:BUILDbuild-curl64.bat
  5. Run build-curl64 from Windows command prompt


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