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Re: cygwin bughunt (Jip-hee!)

On Thu, Feb 17, 2005 at 02:23:42PM +0100, David Dindorp wrote:
>Christopher Faylor wrote:
>> Actually, we do.  We provide the source code.  It's easy to build.
>You are right; I was wrong.  Building Cygwin is easy.
>(At least when it comes to newer versions :-p.)
>It even "compiles under itself".  *impressed*.
>It's been a few weeks, and I've tested with the debug version.

Er, who are you?

**cgf checks archives

Ah, yes!  You're the "you don't want people to debug cygwin because you
aren't spoon feeding me debugging information" guy!

You're the guy who insisted on dropping back to 1.5.10!  I remember now!

In the future, please provide more context if you really want to be helped,
especially after almost a month of silence.

>The test were performed with 1.5.10-3, as newer versions call upon me
>all sorts of other problems and thus can't be pushed to the failing
>box right now.
>> Btw, I urge everyone to try the latest cygwin snapshot!
>Will do.  Has the problem been found that results in this error?:
>*** MapViewOfFileEx(0x188, in_h 0x188) failed, Win32 error 6

1) Regardless of whether the new versions "call upon (you) all sorts
of other problems", I doubt that anyone is going to spend any time tracking
down problems in older versions.

2) You can *try* a snapshot to see if it fixes your problem.


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