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Re: run programs typed under cygwin under W2K

Larry Hall a écrit :

At 10:15 AM 1/28/2004, Skippy the Kangoo you wrote:

Igor Pechtchanski a écrit :

On Wed, 28 Jan 2004, Skippy the Kangoo wrote:


My english is very bad.

I want running a program typed under cygwin but I want running under a
Windows 2000 pro

Thank you
Best regards,
Skippy the Kangoo

I'm not sure I understand the question.  Cygwin programs are Windows
programs.  You should have no problems running them, as long as the
required DLLs are present and in the PATH.  If you have a specific
problem, please read and follow the Cygwin problem reporting guidelines at

If you speak french, I write in frernch languge, for me is very more simple

J'ai lu sur Internet que l'on pouvait faire tourner un programme sous windows compiler sous cygwin, mais je n'ai plus l'adresse et je ne connais pas non plus la methode a adopter

Here's my response and an automated translation of it (sorry, I'm not a native French speaker so...)

You can compile any program you want with Cygwin's
compilers. Of course, there can be incompatibilities in programs written specifically for Windows that will make this difficult. But, the only way to know for sure what the
problems will be is to try to compile it and work through the problems.

Vous pouvez compiler n'importe quel programme que vous voulez avec les compilateurs de Cygwin. Bien sûr, il peut y avoir des incompatibilités dans les programmes écrits en particulier pour le Windows qui fera ce
difficile. Mais, la seule façon pour savoir exactement que les problèmes seront seront obligé à essayer de le compiler et travail par les problèmes.

Larry Hall
RFK Partners, Inc. (508) 893-9779 - RFK Office
838 Washington Street (508) 893-9889 - FAX
Holliston, MA 01746

sorry, I typed 'hello' and no './hello'

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