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Re: Re: Re: How can I copy the configuration from one PC to another?

> The current version of binutils actually does produce dlls, like, for
> instance, cygwin1.dll.

Mine are not built.
I cite Yaakov from another message: "objdump from binutils-20060709-1 does absolutely nothing; even running
objdump without any arguments, which in 20050610-1 returns the help
message, also does nothing.  Of course, this breaks building shared
libraries with libtool, which is how I discovered this problem."
When I return to the former version, it works.

> What in the world does this have to do with copying a configuration to
> another PC?

Nothing. I thought you read my real problem in the other mail and knew that I have two PCs and wanted to copy the working configuration to the PC without working configuration.

But to be able to save a configuration file would be nevertheless useful because one easily forgets to switch on some files.

Greetings from Dani


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