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Re: cygwin gcc user library question
Hi Chris, I did a little more testing with the new release and I finally got it
working - compiled, linked and executed OK. I did have a problem and that is I have
error messages from the header file in compiling the program if I use the following
gcc /MQSeries/tools/c/samples/amqsput0.c -I /MQSeries/tools/c/include
But if I copy the header file to my current directory and I was able to compile and
link the program with the following command:
gcc /MQSeries/tools/c/samples/amqsput0.c -I ./ /MQSeries/tools/lib/mqm.Lib
May be it's something I overlook. But thanks for your help and the new release did
fix up my earlier problem.
Chris Faylor wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 28, 2000 at 08:54:13PM +0100, eho wrote:
> >Thanks Chris. I think it's the compatibility issues because I tried it under
> >Linux with no problem. I think I had also tried it on other NT using Visualage
> >C++ with no problem.
> Have you tried the new cygwin release?
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