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Re: problems compiling Visual C sources

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From: "mao" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, June 11, 2000 5:37 PM
Subject: problems compiling Visual C sources

> Hi.
> I got cygwin and I develop my own (simple) c programs with it. All works
> fine. But when I try to compile an source code created to be compiled with
> Visual C I get a lot of erros.
In case you hadn't read this somewhere before, Cygwin is for the porting of
*Unix* programs to Win32, I think you should buy MSVC if you want to use
those MS Foundation Classes sources.  In which case your message is
off-topic on this list.

> Usually I´m notified by cygwin that he couldn't find some header files.
> Some of them are :
> <afxwin.h>    // MFC core and standard components
> <afxext.h>     // MFC extensions
> <afxdisp.h>  // MFC Automation classes
> <afxdtctl.h>  // MFC support for Internet Explorer 4 Common Controls
> I know that these header files aren't with my system.
> So my questions are:
>     1) Are ther any header file on cygwin that I can use to replace these
> above (and others) to compile programs develop to be compiled under Visual
> C?
>     2) What are header files that I can use to develop visual applications
> for windows with cygwin?
>     3) More important: where can I get a tutoria that explaine me how to
> cygwin and how to take advantage of all it's power?
> Thanks.
> _________________________
> Márcio Andrey Oliveira
> Registered Linux User 124.801
W. Terry Lincoln (ICQ# 39362285)
Senior Solution Developer [Linux Registered User #99583]
Ciber corporation <>

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