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Re: c++ header file for <exception> in which cygwin package?
Csaba Raduly-2 wrote:
> On Sat, May 7, 2011 at 10:10 AM, ankur d <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Is anybody here knowing where exactly this c++ <exception> header file
>> exists in Cygwin package? Because I have downloaded all the packages
>> development branch of cygwin. I can see other standard header files like
>> stdio.h, stdlib.h, etc. but this exception.h is not there.
> $ find /lib/gcc/i686-pc-cygwin/ -name exception
> The C headers "belong" to to the system, so they are under /usr/include.
> <exception> is a C++ header and as such it belongs to GCC (g++)
> If you don't have the above files, then you don't have g++ installed.
> See also
> Hope this helps,
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Thanks for the reply. These packages were already installed, but I was
looking for exception header file under "\Cygwin\usr\include\" as other
headers mentioned above (stdio.h, stdlib.h, etc.) were present in this
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