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Re: cygwin1.dll not found, embedding dll into EXE
Yes my app is open source. I mean that when I used g++, I had to move the
cygwin1.dll to the directory where my EXE was located. In case I do ask
people to install cygwin, will they have to move the DLL too ?
Is it some config problem at my end ?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Max Bowsher" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Mukul Sabharwal" <email@example.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, July 26, 2003 3:59 AM
Subject: Re: cygwin1.dll not found, embedding dll into EXE
> Mukul Sabharwal wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I just installed Cygwin on my system, and ported my apps to Win32 (or
> > to). This is a Windows XP system, and after using g++ it gave me the
> > message that I needed the cygwin1.dll, I copied it to the working folder
> > the exe file and it ran.
> > Is there a way to automatically set this ?
> I don't understand your question.
> > Also, how do I distribute my windows executables ? Do I need to provide
> > cygwin1.dll in the same location ? Is this the only file or anyother
> > required ? Sorry if it has been answered, you could point me to the
> > direction.
> Ideally, you distribute your app without cygwin1.dll, and ask people to
> install Cygwin.
> Your app is open source, right?
> > P.S.- Can the cygwin1.dll be linked statically into the EXE file ?
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