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-mno-cygwin links me to cygwin1.dll
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Subject: -mno-cygwin links me to cygwin1.dll
- From: "bumps man" <bumps at linuxmail dot org>
- Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2001 09:30:55 +0800
When I compile without -mno-cygwin, the
application runs fine.
With -mno-cygwin turned on, the application
crashes with dialogue box:
"The exception unknown software exception
(0xc00000fd) occured in the application at
I press cancel and VisualC++ tells me there's
a stack overflow in cygwin1.dll.
cygcheck syas that my application is
dependant upon cygwin1.dll.
I am making sure to compile with -mno-cygwin for
every single file and for linking (I don't
know if linking matters).
I am making serveral intermediate libraries
before linking, which probably doesn't matter.
Same problem with or without -mwindows (again
probably doesn't matter).
I have compiled and run the exact same code
using MSVC++ with no problem, so I am sure I am
not doing any unix-dependant stuff.
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