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I ned compiled ActiveMQ libraries - I've found that there is a "pure virtual function call" bug in the libraries we compiled  4 years ago.
Please help with a newer compiled version or a workaround. Thanks.
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There's hardly gonna be a workaround, except fixing the bug. But, since you mentioned that you built the libraries 4 years ago, I'd suggest grabbing the most recent version from http://activemq.apache.org/download.html and re-building that one. Chances are that the bug has been fixed in the mean time.
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Wait a second, you might even not have to build them, the binaries are available from https://repository.apache.org/content/repositories/snapshots/org/apache/activemq/apache-activemq/
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That link points to ActiveMQ server, no C++ libraries there.
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Ooops, sorry, my fault - I thought the lib(s) is/were available there as well. OK, then this way: http://activemq.apache.org/cms/activemq-cpp-382-release.html (or http://activemq.apache.org/cms/download.html if you need a different version).
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Right, this is the source code that I will have to compile - exactly what I am trying to avoid.
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If nobody else has anything helpful, I will assign this to you in a couple of days - you're the only one who's even trying
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Well, the problem with binaries for libraries is that the library file formats are highly compiler specific, so without any information about your compiler and platform, there is nothing else to point you to than the source code...
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I use VS2008 on Windows 7 both 32 and 64 bit
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Sorry, I have to say that I have to give up regarding precompiled binaries - I have been looking for them for quite a while, yet there are none. So, all I can advise you is to build them yourself, it does not seem to be that hard.
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Thank you jkr, it actually is hard, especially with SSL. Oh well...
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