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Re: Objective-C and Cygwin (at WIN32)

Ildar Mulyukov wrote:

> You are right - it doesn't work. But the gnustep's libobjc either!
> In fact I had to add some lines into libobjc.def just to get 
> gnustep-base copiled. This particular ones:
>        objc_condition_allocate
>        objc_condition_deallocate
>        objc_condition_wait
>        objc_condition_broadcast
>        objc_set_thread_callback
>        __objc_msg_forward

I'm pretty sure those are already in gnustep-objc's libobjc.def

> But for both libs (std GCC's and GNUstep's) I obtain error like this:
>    m.AllocationBase 0x614C0000, m.BaseAddress 0x614E0000, m.RegionSize
>    0xFD000, m.State 0x1000
>    d:\Temp\doc\objc\test\shared_obj\ix86\cygwin\gnu-gnu-gnu\Test.exe:
>    *** Couldn't reserve space for cygwin's heap (0x614E0000 <0x470000>)
>    in child, Win32 error 6

No idea. Maybe not enough memory? Although I run cygwin on an old WIN98 
laptop that doesn't have that much memory.

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