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Re: 64-bit toolchain questions
- From: Corinna Vinschen <corinna-cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 17 May 2013 12:26:29 +0200
- Subject: Re: 64-bit toolchain questions
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On May 17 14:06, Fedin Pavel wrote:
> > You need a 64-bit Cygwin install to run it in. Well, actually just the
> > 64-bit cygwin1.dll in case of "Hello World". Unfortunately you don't
> > get an error message in case of a missing DLL.
> > ftp://cygwin.com/pub/cygwin/64bit/setup64.exe
> > (Warning: this is still very much in beta.)
> Wow, cool! At last!
> Installed and tested it. I believe i should be able to at least run C compiler in this environment.
> And take one small bug report. :) I wanted to port my spawn patch for 'make' and noticed that make is a cygport now. However looks like cygport is buggy a bit. 'cygport make prep' ends up in:
> --- cut ---
> *** ERROR: SRC_DIR is not correctly defined
> --- cut ---
> I'm not really familiar with cygport, however after studyin --debug output i managed to work around it by adding 'SRC_DIR=" make-3.82.90"' to make.cygport. For some reason cygport seems to ignore VERSION and tries to extract $PV from .cygport file's name. Perhaps renaming it to 'make-3.82.90.cygport' would also work, i have not tested.
> And also, for some reason, supplied patch was not applied automatically. I had to do it manually after 'prep'.
I'm sure you didn't specify the .cygport suffix:
$ cygport make.cygport prep
This is required for the new style cygport files.
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