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RE: CGI & gcc
- To: 'Greg Hamilton' <Hamilton at bblfm dot com dot au>
- Subject: RE: CGI & gcc
- From: Neil Lunn <neillunn at gunz dot com dot au>
- Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2001 12:39:14 +1000
- Cc: "'cygwin at cygwin dot com'" <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Greg Hamilton [mailto:Hamilton@bblfm.com.au]
> Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2001 11:30 AM
> To: Neil Lunn
> Subject: RE: CGI & gcc
My guess right now says that your *example* is not returning header
Content-Type: text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1i
> >The system path and not the user path I hope. Have you restarted the
> >computer? You need to do this to pick up this change.
> >Where I presume you have a /cgi-bin that is execute only and
> the execute
> >permissions are set on your cgi executable.
> huh ?
> >Is apache built for Cygwin or is it a native Win32 build?
> Where did you get
> >it from?
> I'm using a native Win32 buid of Apache.
> Originally all my scripts were in Python and I had no need
> for Cygwin but
> I've run into something I can't do in Python that's a
> no-brainer in C. I
> don't have a C compiler handy so I downloaded Cygwin to get GCC.
> Here's the thing. I've assumed that a GCC compiled .exe file
> will run on any
> Windows system provided that the Cygwin dll is available. ie.
> that it is not
> necessary to have a full install of Cygwin on the machine running the
> program. Is this an incorrect assumption ?
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