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Re: gcc using termios.h and -mno-cygwin

On Wed, 2 Jul 2003, Terry Dabbs wrote:

> I am new and may really get flamed on this....

To repeat someone else's advice I received a while ago, "don't invite
flames"... :-)

> I need to do serial port IO on Windows98 and NT using com1 and com2. I
> have seen some nice examples which compile and execute without using
> -mno-cygwin in the archives. When I use the "-mno-cygwin" option I get
> the error "termios.h not found". this is true using #include
> <sys/termios.h> and #include <termios.h>.
> (1) Should this work with termios.h and -mno-cygwin together?
> (2) If not, does anyone have some sample code showing a good method to
> read/write com1 without termios.h functions?
> Thanks,
> Terry Dabbs

When you give the "-mno-cygwin" option to gcc, you invoke a whole other
compiler (the MinGW gcc compiler, see <>).  Any
problems arising when using the "-mno-cygwin" flag of gcc are better
answered on a MinGW list (see <>).
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