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Re: Available for test: gcc-3.1.1-1, gcc2-2.95.3-6, and gcc-mingw-3_1-20020516-1
On Sun, Jul 07, 2002 at 01:30:58PM +0200, Christoph wrote:
>> From: Christopher Faylor
>> although I believe that there are still issues with exception handling
>> in dlls.
>Hm - being utterly ignorant about Cygwin dll internals, I can at
>least report that it seems to be possible to compile (and link
>them to the corresponding libstdc++.a and libgcc.a libraries) the
>Cygwin dll itself without the standard option -fno-rtti -fno-exceptions.
Huh? It's always been possible to do that. The options are included
only avoid any overhead from including them in an application
(cygwin1.dll) that didn't need or use them.
>> to make this available, it will probably be as a separate package. I
>> may do this with java eventually, too.
>I take that that it is still not possible to compile libgjc?
I haven't tried.
>> 2002-01-06 Christopher Faylor <email@example.com>
>> * config/i386/cygwin.h: Fix to allow -nostdinc to drop cygwin
>> Only search for cyg library prefix when not -mno-cygwin
>> * t-cygwin: Add -lintl as an auxilliary library.
>> * x-cygwin: Ditto.
>For my native bootstrap I had to explicitly copy cygming.h into
>the build directory Objdir/gcc/gcc to make things work.
I don't see how that could possibly be necessary. The only reference
to cygming.h should b as i386/cygming.h. Copying it to your build directory
would have no effect. It should only be referenced in the config.h file
as #include "i386/cygming.h".
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