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Re: Suggestion: Add to FAQ - cygint.dll not found error
- From: Charles Wilson <cwilson at ece dot gatech dot edu>
- To: "Jari Aalto+mail.linux" <posting-list at MailAndNews dot com>
- Cc: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Sat, 26 Jan 2002 14:30:37 -0500
- Subject: Re: Suggestion: Add to FAQ - cygint.dll not found error
- References: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Jari Aalto+mail.linux wrote:
> Having run into the touble myself and skimming the list for answers,
> the only one that really soved the problem was Charles's:
> *RE* install libintl and libintl1 packages. Ensure that /usr/bin is in
> your PATH.
> Would the FAQ maintainer kindly add this to FAQ, it seems to be a frequest
> question in the archive.
Actually, the real answer is more general -- the following could replace
the current "My application cannot locate cygncurses5.dll!!" question
and a lot more:
"My application cannot locate a cyg*.dll!
Keywords for searching: cygncurses5.dll, cygintl.dll, <whatever other
DLLs become FAQs>
You need to reinstall the package that contains the DLL. First, go to
http://www.cygwin.com/packages/ and search for your DLL by its full
name: for instance, `cygncurses5.dll' and not `cygncurses' or `ncurses'.
You may find that multiple packages contain the desired DLL -- for
instance, both `gettext-0.10.38-2' and `libintl-0.10.38-3' contain
cygintl.dll. You want the newest one.
How can you tell which one is the newest?
#1) Always prefer 'lib<something>' to '<something>'. In the
preceeding example, then, we'd prefer `libintl-0.10.38-3' to
#2) If THAT doesn't narrow it down enough for you, then use the
version numbers...higher versions are newer.
Once you have determined that you need to reinstall a given package, use
setup.exe to do so."
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