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Re: cygintl-8.dll was not found
>>> ?You also proposed adding a feature it already has, a column telling you
>>> whether a package is already installed or not. ?This tells me that you are not
>>> calmly and dispassionately observing what is in front of your eyes.
>> It doesn't have a column dedicated for this purpose, that column is
>> used also to instruct the installer what to do.
> ?You are looking at the wrong column.
> ?Look at the column immediately to its left.
> ?The one labelled "Current".
> ?The one that shows you the currently-installed version of the package, or
> nothing if it is not currently installed.
> ?Perhaps you could get that two-year old you mentioned earlier to point it
> out to you.
Thanks, but it seems I already have.
>> If that's the case, then why does it offer to save packages without
>> installing - it obviously was intended as a way of downloading and
>> installing later.
> ?Yes, exactly. ?It is a way of downloading, for later installation, the exact
> same set of packages it would download and install at the same time if you ran
> it in install-from-internet mode.
> ?Not some arbitrary different set of packages. ?You made that bit up.
>> The fact is that the obvious way it should work,
> ?You're just elevating your own mistaken assumptions to the status of
> "obvious" truths. ?You need to get over yourself.
Wow, you just can't help throwing insults around - well done, you're
great at that at least.
> ?Still no log files, I see. ?It's almost as if you didn't want to demonstrate
> that there is a bug or have it fixed. ?I promise you, if you've found a bug, I
> will indeed write the code necessary to fix it, but you have to be able to
> show it to me.
Dave, thanks, but cygwin obviously doesn't want my input, and I don't
want your help.
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