[mapserver-dev] MapCache changes to support MSVC and IIS

Mathieu Coudert mathieu.coudert at gmail.com
Tue Sep 2 05:30:30 PDT 2014

Hi Tamas,

That's a very good news to provide Windows builds of recent MapCache.

May I ask you what is the status of the current work?
Let me know if I can be of any help to test and deploy it while you are
progressing on the build?


On Sun, Aug 10, 2014 at 11:53 PM, Tamas Szekeres <szekerest at gmail.com>

> Hi,
> I'm about to include MapCache to the regular builds of
> http://www.gisinternals.com/sdk/ and add MapCache to the provided
> MapServer Windows (msi) installer as well.
> This effort entails to apply a couple of fixes in MapCache to support
> building the code with MSVC and running the application in IIS server.
> I've submitted/updated the following issues which should be sorted out in
> order to achieve the expected result:
> MSVC10 compile failure <https://github.com/mapserver/mapcache/issues/75>
> CGI response is being truncated in IIS
> <https://github.com/mapserver/mapcache/issues/109>
> HTTPS is not correctly identified in CGI mapcache
> <https://github.com/mapserver/mapcache/issues/106>
> zlib is not added to the linker when png lib is used
> <https://github.com/mapserver/mapcache/issues/111>
> Add cmake check for timegm
> <https://github.com/mapserver/mapcache/issues/112>
> Missing dll exports in mapcache lib (MSVC)
> <https://github.com/mapserver/mapcache/issues/110>
> Support for default configuration location
>  <https://github.com/mapserver/mapcache/issues/108>PATH_INFO is not
> correctly handled with IIS + CGI mapcache
> <https://github.com/mapserver/mapcache/issues/107>
> While I volunteer to fix these issues by myself, it would be great if
> someone could review the suggested solutions. Even more so because I want
> to apply these changes to the stable branch too.
> Best regards,
> Tamas
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