Re: Building Cyrus SASL 2.1.26 on Win 64

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Sorry for not being clearer with my question: If I try to run nmake /f NTMakefile, the build fails in the plugins folder because of some missing plugin dependencies (openssl, DB etc). All I want to build is the sasl lib dll and the 'plain' plugin.

My use case is as follows: I have written a Cyrus SASL plugin that implements a proprietary authentication mechanism. I have tested this on Linux and now I want to test this on Windows. Before I test my plugin, I want to sanity-check the setup and sasl lib build by using the 'plain' mechanism. 

I managed to build just the lib and 'plain' plugin by changing the PLUGINS variable in plugins/NTMakefile. I was just wondering if there was a cleaner way to do this? 

From: WinPORTS <info@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2017 1:12:44 PM
To: Karthikeyan Manivannan
Cc: cyrus-sasl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; Alexandru N. Barloiu
Subject: Re: Building Cyrus SASL 2.1.26 on Win 64
> but the simple solution is to make a virtual machine. and just use

 > linux. on windows. food for thought.

 > of one in existence). sorry. curious.
It looks like this fella forgot to take his pill (or perhaps on the
blob)! :-[

 >> What do I need to do if I want to replicate the same on a Win64 machine?

What have you tried so far? Any error messages?
We have successfully built it on (native) Windows.

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