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Re: Cygwin and Dragon NaturallySpeaking
Dave Korn wrote:
From: cygwin-owner On Behalf Of David Rudolph
Sent: 01 December 2004 19:52
I have been using Cygwin and Dragon NaturallySpeaking 7
(independantly, but on the same system) for a long time.
I recently upgraded Dragon to version 8, and now
Is dragon a cygwin-based application that bundles its own version of the
dll, perhaps? (http://cygwin.com/acronyms#3PP)
No, it's a commercial Windows app.
any Cygwin app (or maybe it's any app that uses the
Those two are exactly one and the same thing!
that hangs around for a while (such as the X server or ssh)
uses 30-40% of the CPU when it appears to be idle. This only happens
after Dragon has been started. I have updated Cygwin as of
11/30. Anyone have any idea what could be going on?
Seems like Dragon is b0rking cygwin. It must be faulty. You should raise
a support issue with Dragon.
Of course I did, and of course they said it must be Cygwin's fault, if
it's taking up the CPU time. Just thought I'd check whether anyone else
has seen this.
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