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problem (?) with stl-headers and -mno-cygwin
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- Subject: problem (?) with stl-headers and -mno-cygwin
- From: Andreas Ames <andreas dot ames at tenovis dot com>
- Date: 27 Apr 2001 18:30:12 +0200
i just have the problem that with cygwin-1.3.1 gcc doesn't find
stl-headers like iostream when compiling with flag -mno-cygwin; it
does find the header when the flag is omitted. The mingw-compile
works when i set an additional include path with /usr/include/g++-3.
I'm not sure if this behaviour is intended or a bug (i'm quite new to
cygwin and mingw). I just built a i386-mingw32msvc cross compiler on
a linux host and the problem didn't appear there with the cross mingw.
offtopic: i used the shell script from http://go.to/jessich to make
the crossgcc tools. it also works with the newest w32-api from
mingw.sourceforge.net with a minor bug (one patch to windows.h fails
but can easily be applied manually). i would recommend this tool.
thanks for the good work. I#m very happy to finally have a usable and
decent commandline on w2k.
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