1. BUILDING AND INSTALLATION
$ ./configure $ make $ make verify # (optional) $ sudo make install
See Documentation/Building#Autoconf for more information
Install CMake: https://www.cmake.org
$ md build && cd build $ cmake -G "Visual Studio 10" .. # Or use any generator you want to use. Run cmake --help for a list $ cmake --build . --config Release # Or "start libevent.sln" and build with menu in Visual Studio.
See Documentation/Building#Building on Windows for more information
$ mkdir build && cd build $ cmake .. # Default to Unix Makefiles. $ make $ make verify # (optional)
See Documentation/Building#Building on Unix (With CMake) for more information
2. USEFUL LINKS:
For the latest released version of Libevent, see the official website at http://libevent.org/ .
There's a pretty good work-in-progress manual up at http://www.wangafu.net/~nickm/libevent-book/ .
For the latest development versions of Libevent, access our Git repository via
$ git clone https://github.com/libevent/libevent.git
You can browse the git repository online at:
To report bugs, issues, or ask for new features:
OK, those are not really patches. You fork, modify, and hit the "Create Pull Request" button. You can still submit normal git patches via the mailing list.
Bugs, Features [RFC], and Issues: https://github.com/libevent/libevent/issues
Or you can do it via the mailing list.
There's also a libevent-users mailing list for talking about Libevent use and development:
The following people have helped with suggestions, ideas, code or fixing bugs.