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Using cygwin and JAVA/JNI
- From: Alan Thompson <athompson at alphatech dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Wed, 05 Feb 2003 20:17:31 -0800
- Subject: Using cygwin and JAVA/JNI
>Hi all - I have been doing some JNI stuff to integrate our legacy software, and I have had very good luck following the examples at http://www.inonit.com/cygwin/jni/helloWorld/ . The only twist is that I've been using g++ instead of gcc, which simplifies the non-java part.
>Here's a question, though: I cannot for the life of me figure out how to use the C++ <iostream> in any of the code! For some reason, the "-mno-cygwin" flag kills the ability of g++ to either compile or link any code referring to <iostream>. This means one is stuck using good old printf(), instead of the more modern way. No matter how I break up the complies, it still fails at the linking stage (when -mno-cygwin is still required, according to my experiments).
>Does anyone have any ideas? Also, I've been unable to find any documentation on the -mno-cygwin flag in the gcc/g++ man pages. Can anyone point me to where this comes from and/or is documented?
>Thanks again for all of the help,
>P.S. I've been using Cygwin for quite a while now ant it's fantastic when you're chained to a windoze machine....
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