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Re: Is cygwin support linux header file??

On 05/02/2010 04:31, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote:
> On 02/04/2010 08:36 PM, phil song wrote:
>> Hi,cygwin,
>>             when I compile some project in cygwin,It prompts
>> /cygdrive/g/work_platform/open-s/ftk-0.2/src/os/linux/ftk_linux.h:43:22:
>> linux/fb.h: No such file or
>>   directory
>> /cygdrive/g/work_platform/open-s/ftk-0.2/src/os/linux/ftk_linux.h:44:22:
>> linux/kd.h: No such file or
>>   directory
>> /cygdrive/g/work_platform/open-s/ftk-0.2/src/os/linux/ftk_linux.h:45:25:
>> linux/input.h: No such file
>>   or directory
>> who can tell me how to operate to let fb.h in cygwin enviroment?
> You can't.  You're compiling code built to depend of Linux-specific
> features.  If you want to build it on another platform, you're going
> to need to figure out what it's doing on Linux and figure out how
> to accomplish that on the target platform.  Some would call this
> non-portable code.  And they'd be right.

  It does support "Windows", though:

  Phil, you could probably try building a MinGW version by adding

  CC="gcc-3 -mno-cygwin" CXX="gcc-3 -mno-cygwin"

to the configure line, but how well it would interoperate with cygwin apps is
not guaranteed.


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