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Re: Move zlib up one level?
On Sat, Nov 10, 2001 at 11:23:02PM -0500, Charles Wilson wrote:
>Christopher Faylor wrote:
>>Would there be any objections to my moving cinstall's zlib directory to
>>the same level as bz2lib, i.e., making it winsup/zlib?
>>I'd like to use some of its functionality in cygcheck.exe.
>Yeah, but isn't cygcheck a cygwin1.dll application?
Not anymore. :-)
I've been asking for someone to change this for a while but I finally
decided to do this myself.
I'm adding package checking to cygcheck.exe right now. I wanted to get
a more intelligent version of cygcheck.exe released for cygwin 1.3.5.
Changing cygcheck to a mingw application has obvious benefits and I'd
been meaning to add some crude package handling to it for a while.
It was sort of a proof-of-concept type of thing but it works ok
for a version 1.
The only problem is that I had to pull a lot of code out of setup.exe.
I think we need a "libutils" directory or something that will allow the
sharing of setup's version handling, filename parsing, and mount table
The mount table stuff is almost good enough now for inclusion in a
cygwin-lite type of package that was mentioned in the cygwin mailing
list a while ago.