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need two different cygwin1.dll files (1.1.1 and 1.3.1 versions) concurrently -- how to do this?


  I am responsible for building a software product using the xscale-elf gcc
compiler library witch uses cygwin.  I believe that the version of the
cygwin1.dll is 1.1.1.  I am using the newest cygwin1.dll from the for my main cygwin environment, which is version
1.3.1.  If I have both cygwin1.dll files on the system, the make from the
xscale-elf gcc compiler kit complains about conflicting cygwin1.dll files.
If I delete the cygwin1.dll from the xscale-elf compiler kit, then the
binaries that come with xscale-elf have to work correctly under the 1.3.1
version of the cygwin1.dll file.  If I delete the 1.3.1 version of the
cygwin1.dll file and move the cygwin1.dll file from the xscale-elf
installation site to the location of the 1.3.1 cygwin1.dll, then the current
cygwin environment won't work because the dll is old.

  What is the solution to this problem?

  1> Upgrade to a version of xscale-elf that is compatible with the 1.3.1
version of cygwin1.dll? (Unlikely to happen)...

  2> Find a cygwin environment that is compatible with the 1.1.1 version of
cygwin1.dll? (Where is such an old version of cygwin? On the discontinued

Thanks in advance for the help,

Kenneth A. Wolcott
SMTS - SCM Engineer

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