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paths and networking
- To: gnu-win32 at cygnus dot com
- Subject: paths and networking
- From: Christopher Seawood <cseawood at qualcomm dot com>
- Date: Wed, 11 Mar 1998 07:42:50 -0800 (PST)
Is there anyway to modify the path that gcc gives to ld for crt0 and
libgcc? They are currently being spit out in the standard DOS format but
this doesn't work well if you use bash as the default shell.
Also, where are the networking functions supposed to be defined?
endservent, setservent, endhostent, sethostent, etc. are declared in
src/winsup/include/netdb.h but I cannot find any defines for them.
Without these functions, I cannot get sshd to compile nor can I compile
perl with socket support.
Oh, and I fixed my vim problem by copying the buffer.c file from the unix
vim-5.0.tar.gz to the src directory created by the win vim50src.zip.
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