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Building nghttp2 for Curl and mod_h2 ?
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Steffen
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PostPosted: Fri 04 Sep '15 13:47    Post subject: Building nghttp2 for Curl and mod_h2 ? Reply with quote

I am puzzling how to build Curl and mod_h2 with http/2. Any hints ?

Last edited by Steffen on Fri 04 Sep '15 16:26; edited 1 time in total
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Jan-E



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PostPosted: Fri 04 Sep '15 15:00    Post subject: Reply with quote

Which part is the problem? The building of a static nghttp2.lib, the linking with cUrl or both?
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PostPosted: Fri 04 Sep '15 15:14    Post subject: Reply with quote

Building nghttp2.lib and linking in Curl. I see in the lib folder a makefile.msvc, but that does not work as a VS makefile.

Not sure yet what mod_h2 needs.
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PostPosted: Fri 04 Sep '15 15:35    Post subject: Reply with quote

No, you need a mixed Cygwin/MSVC environment: vcvarsall.bat + Cygwin
Code:
@echo off
call "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\VC\vcvarsall.bat" amd64
C:
chdir C:\cygwin\bin
bash --login -i

In that environment, Cygwin does the configure in the root of nghttp2 v1.2.1

$ autoreconf -i
$ autoconf
$ automake
$ ./configure --disable-shared

then you run the Makefile.msvc

$ cd lib
$ make -f Makefile.msvc

The make is Cygwin's make, but be sure to use the lib.exe and the link.exe of MSVC. I temporarily renamed Cygwin's link.exe in /usr/bin to linkcyg.exe to achieve that.

In the nghttp2 sources I changed a couple of things:

1. Every #define NGHTTP2_EXTERN __declspec(dllimport) and #define NGHTTP2_EXTERN __declspec(dllexport) was changed into a plain #define NGHTTP2_EXTERN, because I was only interested in a static lib.

2. I removed $(OBJ_DIR)/r_nghttp2.res and $(OBJ_DIR)/d_nghttp2.res from Makefile.msvc
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PostPosted: Fri 04 Sep '15 16:02    Post subject: Reply with quote

Code:
configure: summary of build options:

    Version:        1.2.1 shared 14:8:0
    Host type:      i686-pc-cygwin
    Install prefix: /usr/local
    C compiler:     gcc
    CFLAGS:         -g -O2
    WARNCFLAGS:
    LDFLAGS:
    LIBS:
    CPPFLAGS:
    C preprocessor: gcc -E
    C++ compiler:   g++
    CXXFLAGS:       -g -O2 -std=c++11
    CXXCPP:         g++ -E
    Library types:  Shared=no, Static=yes
    Python:
      Python:         /usr/bin/python
      PYTHON_VERSION: 2.7
      pyexecdir:      ${exec_prefix}/lib/python2.7/site-packages
      Python-dev:     yes
      PYTHON_CPPFLAGS:-I/usr/include/python2.7
      PYTHON_LDFLAGS: -L/usr/lib -lpython2.7
      Cython:
    Test:
      CUnit:          no
      Failmalloc:     yes
    Libs:
      OpenSSL:        yes
      Libxml2:        no
      Libev:          no
      Libevent(SSL):  no
      Spdylay:        no
      Jansson:        no
      Jemalloc:       no
      Zlib:           yes
      Boost CPPFLAGS:
      Boost LDFLAGS:
      Boost::ASIO:
      Boost::System:
      Boost::Thread:
    Features:
      Applications:   no
      HPACK tools:    no
      Libnghttp2_asio:no
      Examples:       no
      Python bindings:no
      Threading:      yes
      Third-party:    no
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PostPosted: Fri 04 Sep '15 16:35    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks! A little complicated, glad you figured it out, appreciate it.

I started with http-1.3.0, I get errors in the autoconf. Coming weekend I shall try 1.2.1 as you did.

Are you aware if there comes a build conf without using cygwin ? So that the Visual Studio compiler is used.
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PostPosted: Fri 04 Sep '15 16:45    Post subject: Reply with quote

I got the same error in v1.3.0. Unless someone writes a makefile for nmake there will be no such thing. All the essential tools are already MSVC's: cl.exe, lib.exe, link.exe and mt.exe:
Code:
cl -nologo -MDd -W3 -Z7 -DBUILDING_NGHTTP2 -Ot -D_DEBUG -GF -RTCs -RTCu  -I./inc
ludes -Dssize_t=long -D_U_="" -FoMSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_http.obj -c nghttp2_http.c
nghttp2_http.c
nghttp2_http.c(246): warning C4244: '=': conversion from 'int64_t' to 'int16_t',
 possible loss of data

lib -nologo -out:MSVC_obj/nghttp2d-static.lib MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_pq.obj MSVC_obj
/d_nghttp2_map.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_queue.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_frame.obj MSV
C_obj/d_nghttp2_buf.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_stream.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_outboun
d_item.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_session.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_submit.obj MSVC_obj
/d_nghttp2_helper.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_npn.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_hd.obj MSVC_
obj/d_nghttp2_hd_huffman.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_hd_huffman_data.obj MSVC_obj/d_n
ghttp2_version.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_priority_spec.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_optio
n.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_callbacks.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_mem.obj MSVC_obj/d_ngh
ttp2_http.obj

link -nologo -MAP -debug -incremental:no -opt:ref,icf -MANIFEST  -dll -out:MSVC_
obj/nghttp2d.dll -implib:MSVC_obj/nghttp2d.lib MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_pq.obj MSVC_ob
j/d_nghttp2_map.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_queue.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_frame.obj MS
VC_obj/d_nghttp2_buf.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_stream.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_outbou
nd_item.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_session.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_submit.obj MSVC_ob
j/d_nghttp2_helper.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_npn.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_hd.obj MSVC
_obj/d_nghttp2_hd_huffman.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_hd_huffman_data.obj MSVC_obj/d_
nghttp2_version.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_priority_spec.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_opti
on.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_callbacks.obj MSVC_obj/d_nghttp2_mem.obj MSVC_obj/d_ng
http2_http.obj -PDB:MSVC_obj/nghttp2d.pdb

mt -nologo -manifest MSVC_obj/nghttp2d.dll.manifest -outputresource:MSVC_obj/ngh
ttp2d.dll\;2
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PostPosted: Fri 04 Sep '15 19:21    Post subject: Reply with quote

The problem with 1.3.0 is the "typeof" in nghttp2_helper.h as far as I can tell. typeof is gcc specific from what I've read. So regardless of an nmake file it's not going to happen it seems.

MSVC had _typeof but was depreciated long ago for typeid. I gave up on it at this point.

I manually created my own nghttp2ver.h and then nghttp2.rc from the data in the makefile.

On my machines I have no gcc or cygwin but I do have GNU make and got 1.2.1 building with some editing of the makefile.msvc and it works for mod_h2 at least. I did not create the python bindings either but then the website says they are not complete.

https://www.apachehaus.net/ check the headers, you should see HTTP/2.0 200 OK and in Firefox X-Firefox-Spdy: h2


make -f makefile.msvc

makefile.msvc
Code:
#
# GNU Makefile for nghttp2 / MSVC.
#
# By G. Vanem <gvanem@yahoo.no> 2013
# Updated 3/2015 by Remo Eichenberger @remoe
# The MIT License apply.
#

#
# Choose your weapons:
#  Set 'USE_CYTHON=1' to build and install the 'nghttp2.pyd' Python extension.
#
#THIS_MAKEFILE := $(lastword $(MAKEFILE_LIST))

#USE_CYTHON := 1
USE_CYTHON := 0

#_VERSION    := $(shell grep AC_INIT ../configure.ac | cut -d'[' -f3 | sed -e 's/-DEV], //g')
#_VERSION      := $(subst ., ,$(_VERSION))
#VER_MAJOR     := $(word 1,$(_VERSION))
#VER_MINOR     := $(word 2,$(_VERSION))
#VER_MICRO   := $(word 3,$(_VERSION))
#VERSION     := $(VER_MAJOR).$(VER_MINOR).$(VER_MICRO)
#VERSION_NUM := ($(VER_MAJOR) << 16) + ($(VER_MINOR) << 8) + $(VER_MICRO)

#GENERATED   := 'Generated by $(realpath Makefile.MSVC)'

OBJ_DIR := MSVC_obj
#SUFFIX :=-vc90-mt-x86

#
# Where to copy nghttp2.dll + lib + headers to.
# Note: 'make install' is not in default targets. Do it explicitly.
#
#TARGET_DIR  ?= ../_VC_ROOT
#VC_ROOT     := $(abspath $(TARGET_DIR))
#INSTALL_BIN := $(VC_ROOT)/bin
#INSTALL_LIB := $(VC_ROOT)/lib
#INSTALL_HDR := $(VC_ROOT)/include
DLL_R   := $(OBJ_DIR)/nghttp2$(SUFFIX).dll
DLL_D   := $(OBJ_DIR)/nghttp2d$(SUFFIX).dll
LIB_R   := $(OBJ_DIR)/nghttp2-static.lib
LIB_D   := $(OBJ_DIR)/nghttp2d-static.lib
IMP_R   := $(OBJ_DIR)/nghttp2.lib
IMP_D   := $(OBJ_DIR)/nghttp2d.lib

#
# Build for DEBUG-model and RELEASE at the same time.
#
TARGETS := $(LIB_R) $(DLL_R) $(IMP_R) \
          $(LIB_D) $(DLL_D) $(IMP_D)

EXT_LIBS =

NGHTTP2_PDB_R := $(OBJ_DIR)/nghttp2.pdb
NGHTTP2_PDB_D := $(OBJ_DIR)/nghttp2d.pdb

CC       = cl
LD       := link
AR       := lib
#CC       := icl
#LD       := xilink
#AR       := xilib
RC       := rc
CFLAGS   := -I./includes -Dssize_t=long -D_U_=""

CFLAGS_R := -nologo -MD  -W3 -Z7 -DBUILDING_NGHTTP2
CFLAGS_D := -nologo -MDd -W3 -Z7 -DBUILDING_NGHTTP2 \
           -Ot -D_DEBUG -GF -RTCs -RTCu # -RTCc -GS

LDFLAGS := -nologo -MAP -debug -incremental:no -opt:ref,icf -MANIFEST # -verbose


NGHTTP2_SRC := nghttp2_pq.c \
  nghttp2_map.c \
  nghttp2_queue.c \
  nghttp2_frame.c \
  nghttp2_buf.c \
  nghttp2_stream.c \
  nghttp2_outbound_item.c \
  nghttp2_session.c \
  nghttp2_submit.c \
  nghttp2_helper.c \
  nghttp2_npn.c \
  nghttp2_hd.c \
  nghttp2_hd_huffman.c \
  nghttp2_hd_huffman_data.c \
  nghttp2_version.c \
  nghttp2_priority_spec.c \
  nghttp2_option.c \
  nghttp2_callbacks.c \
  nghttp2_mem.c \
  nghttp2_http.c

NGHTTP2_OBJ_R := $(addprefix $(OBJ_DIR)/r_, $(notdir $(NGHTTP2_SRC:.c=.obj)))
NGHTTP2_OBJ_D := $(addprefix $(OBJ_DIR)/d_, $(notdir $(NGHTTP2_SRC:.c=.obj)))

#.PHONY: all intro test_ver install copy_headers_and_libs \
#   install_nghttp2_pyd_0 install_nghttp2_pyd_1 \
#   build_nghttp2_pyd_0 build_nghttp2_pyd_1 \
#   clean_nghttp2_pyd_0 clean_nghttp2_pyd_1


all: intro $(OBJ_DIR) $(TARGETS) build_nghttp2_pyd_$(USE_CYTHON)
   @echo 'Welcome to NgHTTP2 (release + debug).'
   @echo 'Do a "make -f Makefile.MSVC install" at own risk!'

intro:
   @echo 'Building NgHTTP (MSVC) ver. "$(VERSION)".'

test_ver:
   @echo '$$(VERSION):   "$(VERSION)".'
   @echo '$$(_VERSION):  "$(_VERSION)".'
   @echo '$$(VER_MAJOR): "$(VER_MAJOR)".'
   @echo '$$(VER_MINOR): "$(VER_MINOR)".'
   @echo '$$(VER_MICRO): "$(VER_MICRO)".'

$(OBJ_DIR):
   - mkdir $(OBJ_DIR)

install: includes/nghttp2/nghttp2.h includes/nghttp2/nghttp2ver.h \
         $(TARGETS) \
         copy_headers_and_libs install_nghttp2_pyd_$(USE_CYTHON)

#
# This MUST be done before using the 'install_nghttp2_pyd_1' rule.
#
copy_headers_and_libs:
   - mkdir -p $(INSTALL_HDR)/nghttp2 $(INSTALL_BIN) $(INSTALL_LIB)
   cp --update $(addprefix includes/nghttp2/, nghttp2.h nghttp2ver.h)     $(INSTALL_HDR)/nghttp2
   cp --update $(DLL_R) $(DLL_D) $(NGHTTP2_PDB_R) $(NGHTTP2_PDB_D) $(INSTALL_BIN)
   cp --update $(IMP_R) $(IMP_D) $(LIB_R) $(LIB_D) $(INSTALL_LIB)
   @echo

$(LIB_R): $(NGHTTP2_OBJ_R)
   $(AR) -nologo -out:$@ $^
   @echo

$(LIB_D): $(NGHTTP2_OBJ_D)
   $(AR) -nologo -out:$@ $^
   @echo


$(IMP_R): $(DLL_R)

$(DLL_R): $(NGHTTP2_OBJ_R) $(OBJ_DIR)/r_nghttp2.res
   $(LD) $(LDFLAGS) -dll -out:$@ -implib:$(IMP_R) $(NGHTTP2_OBJ_R) -PDB:$(NGHTTP2_PDB_R) $(OBJ_DIR)/r_nghttp2.res $(EXT_LIBS)
   mt -nologo -manifest $@.manifest -outputresource:$@\;2
   @echo

$(IMP_D): $(DLL_D)
   
$(DLL_D): $(NGHTTP2_OBJ_D) $(OBJ_DIR)/d_nghttp2.res
   $(LD) $(LDFLAGS) -dll -out:$@ -implib:$(IMP_D) $(NGHTTP2_OBJ_D) -PDB:$(NGHTTP2_PDB_D) $(OBJ_DIR)/d_nghttp2.res $(EXT_LIBS)
   mt -nologo -manifest $@.manifest -outputresource:$@\;2
   @echo


WIN_OBJDIR:=$(OBJ_DIR)
#WIN_OBJDIR:=$(subst \,/,$(WIN_OBJDIR))

../python/setup.py: ../python/setup.py.in $(THIS_MAKEFILE)
   cd ../python ; \
   echo '# $(GENERATED). DO NOT EDIT.' > setup.py ; \
   sed -e 's/@top_srcdir@/../'   \
       -e 's%@top_builddir@%$(WIN_OBJDIR)%' \
       -e 's/@PACKAGE_VERSION@/$(VERSION)/' setup.py.in >> setup.py ;

build_nghttp2_pyd_0: ;

build_nghttp2_pyd_1: $(addprefix ../python/, setup.py nghttp2.pyx)
   cd ../python ; \
   python setup.py build_ext -i -f bdist_wininst

install_nghttp2_pyd_0: ;
      
install_nghttp2_pyd_1: $(addprefix ../python/, setup.py nghttp2.pyx)
   cd ../python ; \
   pip install .

clean_nghttp2_pyd_0: ;

clean_nghttp2_pyd_1:
   cd ../python ; \
   rm -fR build dist

$(OBJ_DIR)/r_%.obj: %.c $(THIS_MAKEFILE)
   $(CC) $(CFLAGS_R) $(CFLAGS) -Fo$@ -c $<
   @echo

$(OBJ_DIR)/d_%.obj: %.c $(THIS_MAKEFILE)
   $(CC) $(CFLAGS_D) $(CFLAGS) -Fo$@ -c $<
   @echo

$(OBJ_DIR)/r_nghttp2.res: $(OBJ_DIR)/nghttp2.rc
   $(RC) -nologo -D_RELEASE -Fo $@ $<
   @echo

$(OBJ_DIR)/d_nghttp2.res: $(OBJ_DIR)/nghttp2.rc
   $(RC) -nologo -D_DEBUG -Fo $@ $<
   @echo

#includes/nghttp2/nghttp2ver.h: includes/nghttp2/nghttp2ver.h.in $(THIS_MAKEFILE)
#   sed < includes/nghttp2/nghttp2ver.h.in     \
#        -e 's/@PACKAGE_VERSION@/$(VERSION)/g' \
#        -e 's/@PACKAGE_VERSION_NUM@/($(VERSION_NUM))/g' > $@
#   touch --reference=includes/nghttp2/nghttp2ver.h.in $@


define RES_FILE
  #include <winver.h>

  VS_VERSION_INFO VERSIONINFO
    FILEVERSION    $(VER_MAJOR), $(VER_MINOR), $(VER_MICRO), 0
    PRODUCTVERSION $(VER_MAJOR), $(VER_MINOR), $(VER_MICRO), 0
    FILEFLAGSMASK  0x3fL
    FILEOS         0x40004L
    FILETYPE       0x2L
    FILESUBTYPE    0x0L
  #ifdef _DEBUG
    #define        VER_STR  "$(VERSION).0 (MSVC debug)"
    #define        DBG      "d"
    FILEFLAGS      0x1L
  #else
    #define        VER_STR  "$(VERSION).0 (MSVC release)"
    #define        DBG      ""
    FILEFLAGS      0x0L
  #endif
  BEGIN
    BLOCK "StringFileInfo"
    BEGIN
      BLOCK "040904b0"
      BEGIN
        VALUE "CompanyName",      "http://tatsuhiro-t.github.io/nghttp2/"
        VALUE "FileDescription",  "nghttp2; HTTP/2 C library"
        VALUE "FileVersion",      VER_STR
        VALUE "InternalName",     "nghttp2" DBG
        VALUE "LegalCopyright",   "The MIT License"
        VALUE "LegalTrademarks",  ""
        VALUE "OriginalFilename", "nghttp2" DBG ".dll"
        VALUE "ProductName",      "NGHTTP2."
        VALUE "ProductVersion",   VER_STR
      END
    END
  BLOCK "VarFileInfo"
  BEGIN
    VALUE "Translation", 0x409, 1200
  END
  END
endef

export RES_FILE

#$(OBJ_DIR)/nghttp2.rc: Makefile.MSVC
#   @echo 'Generating $@...'
#   @echo ' /* $(GENERATED). DO NOT EDIT.' > $@
#   @echo '  */'                          >> $@
#   @echo "$RES_FILE"                     >> $@

clean:
   rm -f $(OBJ_DIR)/* includes/nghttp2/nghttp2ver.h
   @echo

vclean realclean: clean clean_nghttp2_pyd_$(USE_CYTHON)
   - rm -rf $(OBJ_DIR)
   - rm -f .depend.MSVC

#
# Use gcc to generated the dependencies. No MSVC specific args please!
#
REPLACE_R = 's/\(.*\)\.o: /\n$$(OBJ_DIR)\/r_\1.obj: /'
REPLACE_D = 's/\(.*\)\.o: /\n$$(OBJ_DIR)\/d_\1.obj: /'

depend: includes/nghttp2/nghttp2ver.h
   @echo '# $(GENERATED). DO NOT EDIT.' > .depend.MSVC
   gcc -MM $(CFLAGS) $(NGHTTP2_SRC)    >> .depend.tmp
   @echo '#'                           >> .depend.MSVC
   @echo '# Release lib objects:'      >> .depend.MSVC
   sed -e $(REPLACE_R) .depend.tmp     >> .depend.MSVC
   @echo '#'                           >> .depend.MSVC
   @echo '# Debug lib objects:'        >> .depend.MSVC
   sed -e $(REPLACE_D) .depend.tmp     >> .depend.MSVC
   rm -f .depend.tmp

-include .depend.MSVC
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PostPosted: Fri 04 Sep '15 21:35    Post subject: Reply with quote

I should also mention that h2 requires ALPN and the only OpenSSL version to support it is 1.0.2. The only cipher I've seen working on FF, Chrome and IE11 is
ECDHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256

So I used
Code:
SSLProtocol -all +TLSv1 +TLSv1.1 +TLSv1.2
SSLHonorCipherOrder on
SSLCipherSuite ECDHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384:ECDHE-RSA-AES256-SHA384:ECDHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256:ECDHE-RSA-AES256-SHA:DHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384:DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA256:DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA:!RC4:!LOW:!MD5:!aNULL:!eNULL:!3DES:!EXP:!PSK:!SRP:!DSS


There's a big blacklist of ciphers https://http2.github.io/http2-spec/#BadCipherSuites

The h2 protocol (http/2 over TLS/1.2) is the only protocol that the current major browsers support. The h2c is (http/2 over TCP) which is a non-encrypted protocol that mod_h2 also supports and maybe the browsers will chill out eventually and support it. After all, not everything needs encryption and therefor a waste of resources on both ends of a connection.

When mod_h2 finally hits 2.4 there will be two new core directives available, Protocols and ProtocolsHonorOrder. In the case of mod_h2
Code:
  <IfModule h2_module>
    ProtocolsHonorOrder On
    Protocols h2c h2 http/1.1
  </IfModule>


Sorry for the long read.
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PostPosted: Fri 04 Sep '15 23:40    Post subject: Reply with quote

@glsmith Thanks for the info and clarifications. Appreciate it very much.

I see that Chrome gives h2 with apachehaus.net

I have cygwin on the dev machine, so I give coming days 1.2.1 a try with it.

Hope there is soon a tag with mod_h2, so it is more easy for the community to thorough test it.
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PostPosted: Fri 04 Sep '15 23:52    Post subject: Reply with quote

glsmith wrote:
The problem with 1.3.0 is the "typeof" in nghttp2_helper.h as far as I can tell. typeof is gcc specific from what I've read. So regardless of an nmake file it's not going to happen it seems.

MSVC had _typeof but was depreciated long ago for typeid. I gave up on it at this point.

I manually created my own nghttp2ver.h and then nghttp2.rc from the data in the makefile.

If this is a generic solution: create a PR for the NGHTTP2 sources.
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PostPosted: Sat 05 Sep '15 0:42    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jan-E wrote:
If this is a generic solution: create a PR for the NGHTTP2 sources.


For this maybe
Code:
nghttp2_stream.c(36) : error C2059: syntax error : '{'
nghttp2_stream.c(36) : error C2065: 'nghttp2__mptr' : undeclared identifier


I wouldn't add anything beyond that to any PR.
I don't have a github account so I haven't done it.

I'm perfectly happy with 1.2.1 for the time being.
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PostPosted: Sat 05 Sep '15 17:17    Post subject: Reply with quote

Did you disable it? https://apachehaus.net/ gives me
Status: HTTP/1.1 200 OK
in Chrome

Edit Found it: for some reason or another my shortcut to Chrome contained the options --use-spdy=off and --disable-quic. I cannot remember putting it there manually. But after removing it I got the http/2.
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Steffen
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PostPosted: Mon 07 Sep '15 11:37    Post subject: Reply with quote

Build curl:

curl 7.44.0 (x86_64-pc-win32) libcurl/7.44.0 OpenSSL/1.0.2d zlib/1.2.8 nghttp2/1.2.1
Protocols: dict file ftp ftps gopher http https imap imaps ldap pop3 pop3s rtsp smb smbs smtp smtps telnet tftp
Features: AsynchDNS Largefile NTLM SSL libz HTTP2

For mod_h2 I wait for the (test)tag.
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PostPosted: Mon 07 Sep '15 11:55    Post subject: Reply with quote

C:\php-sdk\php70dev>curl --version
curl 7.44.0 (x86_64-pc-win32) libcurl/7.44.0 OpenSSL/1.0.2d zlib/1.2.8 WinIDN libssh2/1.6.0 nghttp2/1.2.1
Protocols: dict file ftp ftps gopher http https imap imaps ldap pop3 pop3s rtsp scp sftp smtp smtps telnet tftp
Features: AsynchDNS IDN IPv6 Largefile SSPI Kerberos SPNEGO NTLM SSL libz HTTP2

I would at least add USE_IDN=yes to your build line. SSH2 is probably not needed.

And missing the IPv6 feature is strange, because a configure line like those on https://github.com/winlibs/cURL enables that without asking. Did you build it otherwise?
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Steffen
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PostPosted: Mon 07 Sep '15 14:11    Post subject: Reply with quote

I build by purpose with: USE_SSPI=no USE_IPV6=no USE_IDN=no
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Jan-E



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PostPosted: Mon 07 Sep '15 14:22    Post subject: Reply with quote

Steffen wrote:
I build by purpose with: USE_SSPI=no USE_IPV6=no USE_IDN=no

Do you need those features disabled for mod_h2?
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PostPosted: Mon 07 Sep '15 14:38    Post subject: Reply with quote

No. Not with mod_h2 in mind. I start with mod_h2 when there is a (test)tag of httpd.
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Brisingr Aerowing



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PostPosted: Thu 10 Sep '15 1:57    Post subject: I Use MozillaBuild Reply with quote

I use the MozillaBuild system to build NGHttp2 (and various other libraries) on Windows using MSVC. It works quite well.
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Brisingr Aerowing



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PostPosted: Fri 11 Sep '15 1:57    Post subject: NGHttp2 Git has MSVC fix Reply with quote

Steffen, I posted a bug to NGHttp2 about the broken MSVC builds, and the owner quickly committed a fix. The current Git master should build with MSVC.
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