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Building Mosquitto using Visual Studio 2015 [message #1752511] Tue, 24 January 2017 15:18 Go to next message
Vinayak Ranjanagi is currently offline Vinayak RanjanagiFriend
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Registered: January 2017
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I am trying to build Mosquitto in windows using Visual C++.

While Mosquitto build, I am getting below list of errors(3 errors),

Error Number:C2037 Error Description:left of 'value' specifies undefined struct/union 'X509_name_entry_st' File Name:"\mosquitto-1.4.7\src\read_handle_server.c" Line Number:351

Error Number:C2198 Error Description:'ASN1_STRING_data': too few arguments for call File Name:mosquitto-1.4.7\src\read_handle_server.c Line Number:351

Error Number:C2079 Error Description:'context' uses undefined struct 'evp_md_ctx_st' File Name:mosquitto-1.4.7\src\security_default.c Line Number:773

And please find above errors in snapshot as attachment.

The intention of building Mosquitto is to communicate Azure IoT hub from Mosquitto using SSL certification. As Azure IoT hub always use secured MQTT communication.

Kindly help me in solving these errors.

Please find Software Version used in this build:


Re: Building Mosquitto using Visual Studio 2015 [message #1766122 is a reply to message #1752511] Fri, 16 June 2017 07:41 Go to previous message
Maxime ROUX is currently offline Maxime ROUXFriend
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Hello Vinayak,

For my internship, i'm try to develop a mosquitto client c++ (on Qt Creator) for windows 7 and for this moment i don't build( & make & run) any existing project :( . So, have you success to build a mosquitto (project or client) on Windows in c++?

Thanks for your answer :)

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