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Re: Build DLLs for windows
Yes, i already used the -mno-cygwin option using the cygwin gcc, but
it produces a lot of errors when linking errors against a library
(openssl), and if i use the mingw gcc, it can't find the library.
Since i compiled that using the cygwin.
There is a nice tutorial here
I still have issues building a .dll as output, as well it's .def file,
i don't know if the gcc can produce that, or if I have to use an
external tool for generating those.
As far as I understand, using the mingw gcc I could produce more
friendly code than using the -mno-cygwin parameter. Is that right?
Since cygwin gcc doesn't have the -lsdc++.
I just would like to have a cygwin interface-like (use tool-binaries
like ls, and other unix stuff) but having a native windows binary so
i'm a bit confuse what way should I take.
Thanks for your help
On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 2:04 PM, Ken Jackson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Not sure about .LIB and DLL, but to compile an executable that
> will run without cygwin1.dll, use this switch: -mno-cygwin
> -Ken Jackson
> Douglas Gemignani writes:
> > I read that i would need to use the cygwin1.dll, but I don't
> > understand how. I hope I can find some guidance here!
> > Thanks!
> > s
> > Douglas
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