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Re: Cannot build 21.4.16 under cygwin (gcc 3.3.3)
On Thu, Jan 06, 2005 at 02:02:20PM +0000, Henry S. Thompson wrote:
> Jason Tishler writes:
> > If you get any errors due to DLLs being in-use or read-only,
> > then take the appropriate action and rerun rebaseall.
> > Otherwise, you run the risk of fork() failing.
> /sur/bin/cygncurses++6.dll: new base = 6f270000, new sizeReBaseImage (/usr/bin/cygpcre-0.dll) failed with last error = 6
We have the following:
$ fgrep 6L /usr/include/w32api/winerror.h | head -1
#define ERROR_INVALID_HANDLE 6L
A winerror 6 during rebasing usually means the file is open.
> I reinstalled cygpcre, but it's not implicated in the xemacs pblm (I
> don't think . . .)
It's generally best to successfully rebase all of you DLLs. I would try
to resolve your cygpcre-0.dll issue.
> > BTW, you may want to run rebaseall with the -v (i.e., verbose) flag
> > to verify you haven't run out of address space. For example, if
> > some of your DLL are rebased to near 0x61000000 or below, then you
> > are likely to have problems.
> I think that was all OK.
The problem with "-v" is that error messages will scroll off the screen.
I recommend catching the output and grep-ing through it to make sure all
is really OK.
> Net result: xemacs-21.4.16 compiled with gcc-3.3.3 still crashes with
> "couldn't reserve . . ."
Maybe your problem is not related to rebasing?
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