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Re: msvc based X dlls and fork
fork knows nothing about non-cygwin DLLs. You can't use msvc created
objects if you want to use fork. Sorry.
On Mon, Apr 02, 2001 at 05:43:25PM +0200, Andrew Markebo wrote:
>I am having a small problem seeing the area around the problem. You
>have a cygwin-compiled application doing X-stuff through a ms-compiled
>What is the xterm doing?
>You maybe should give the X-libraries compiled with cygwin a try?
>/ "Victor Polsky" <email@example.com> wrote:
>| I have found that when I use X dlls built with msvc (not gcc) all structures
>| created inside the dlls (Display for example) cannot be used in child
>| process created by fork. The app (xterm) will crash inside child process. I
>| can see correct pointer to structure in the child but inside the structure
>| some junk.
>| Could anybody tell me what's wrong or what I did wrong to have it?
>| Maybe it's some compiler or linker flag I missed?
>| Thanks, Victor.
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