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Re: Objective-C and Cygwin (at WIN32)
- To: Adam Fedor <fedor at doc dot com>
- Subject: Re: Objective-C and Cygwin (at WIN32)
- From: Ildar Mulyukov <ildar at sendmail dot ru>
- Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2001 11:28:05 +0000
- CC: cygwin-apps at cygwin dot com
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Hello, Cygwin hackers!
Adam Fedor wrote:
> No it's not. In fact you need to use gnustep-objc on Cygwin/MinGW
> machines even if you have gcc 3.x, because the libobjc library in 3.x
> doesn't properly export symbols for DLLs
>> Ok. I got "config" dir and GNUMakefile from gnustep-objc-1.0.1.tar.gz
>> (above) into "libobjc" dir from GCC ditro.
>> Then added NXConstStr.m into GNUMakefile
>> and - viola! compiled objc.dll. It seems to work. Let's see what next
> It probably won't work, even though it compiles. See above.
You are right - it doesn't work. But the gnustep's libobjc either!
In fact I had to add some lines into libobjc.def just to get
gnustep-base copiled. This particular ones:
But for both libs (std GCC's and GNUstep's) I obtain error like this:
m.AllocationBase 0x614C0000, m.BaseAddress 0x614E0000, m.RegionSize
0xFD000, m.State 0x1000
*** Couldn't reserve space for cygwin's heap (0x614E0000 <0x470000>)
in child, Win32 error 6
search through cygwin malinglists didn't clarify the problem :-(