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- To: cygwin-apps at sourceware dot cygnus dot com
- Subject: standard output?
- From: Manuel Carro <boris at aaron dot ls dot fi dot upm dot es>
- Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2001 12:10:05 +0100
- Reply-to: boris at aaron dot ls dot fi dot upm dot es
Hi. I am using (very successfully, congratulations to the folks
at cygnus!) cygwin to port a rather Unix big application to Windows
(it is Prolog compiler + ancillary tools:
http://clip.dia.fi.upm.es/Software/Ciao). It always went really
smooth, but for a problem: I am unable to see the standard output of
a, say, "hello, world!" program in the MS-DOS console. The program
starts up and finishes, but printing does not seem to come out (it
works just fine double clicking on it, or starting it from the cygnus
console). Tried -mwindows and putting a WinMainCRTStartup function,
to no avail.
Am i doing anything fundamentally wrong? In case it helps, I am
using the latest CygWin release (but it did not work with a previous
one, either), and I need that in order to write a CGI program to be
used from an Apache Web Server or a Microsoft Information Server.
Thanks to all,
I'd rather be one of your toys. Forever.