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Re: I cannot understand popen/_popen absence
Excuse me for vague wording, let me explain it.
I am trying to build Qt under Cygwin. For some mysterious reason
Cygwin compiler does not expose popen with std=c++11 which is required
at the same time the MinGW compiler installed from Cygwin repository
does expose popen with same standard flag.
I did not yet find a convenient way of using MinGW compiler (which is
prefixed) so I am stuggling to get popen exposed.
What is the reason for this difference between MinGW and Cygwin?
2017-01-29 3:50 GMT+03:00, Пётр Б. <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> tchar.h: http://pastebin.com/raw/109n342z
> So I only get popen if _POSIX_ is defined (which is not defined in any
> header, I searched Cygwin folder with file manager).
> stdio.h: http://pastebin.com/raw/jrd2dmzP
> So I only get popen if some conditions which I did not hear about are
> fullfilled. So, what sorcery should I use to get popen?
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