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Re: g++ (v.3.1.1-4) -mno-cygwin with a hello world sample crashes oddly

On Mon, Jul 22, 2002 at 08:20:47AM +1000, Robert Collins wrote:
>On Mon, 2002-07-22 at 02:58, Christopher Faylor wrote:
>> On Sun, Jul 21, 2002 at 11:01:02PM +1000, Robert Collins wrote:
>> >On Sun, 2002-07-21 at 22:55, Robert Collins wrote:
>> >> On Sun, 2002-07-21 at 22:56, Dylan Cuthbert wrote:
>> >> > That's very odd behaviour!  What else is in your current directory?  Is
>> >> > there a hiho.exe.exe?  :-)
>> >> 
>> >> I see the same quirks on linux. Something strange here.
>> >
>> >Ah, I was trying to run it on a nonexec partition (long story).
>> >
>> >Works fine for me(tm).
>> I'd be interested in how you could see any quirks on linux with the
>> -mno-cygwin option.  It seems to me that this would produce a program
>> that doesn't run at all, unless, maybe, you have wine installed or
>> something.
>I was just testing the C++ code. No -mno-cygwin at all.
>The quirks were having an unrunnable file foo.
>Then I realised where I was in the fs, moved it out of there, and voila,
>no problem.
>However I think one interesting thing has come up - is the cygwin gcc
>3.1.x patched to generate foo.exe when passed '-o foo' ?

gcc 3.1.x and every native cygwin gcc that I have used in the last four


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