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Re: pv command not found
I would like to try to compile it for cygwin and add it as a package.
Any starting guide about how to compile for packages for cygwin? I
believe pv is a very standalone process that has no dependencies, so
it will make things easier.
2012/7/2 Christopher Faylor
> On Mon, Jul 02, 2012 at 09:26:47PM +0200, Coldpizza wrote:
>>2012/7/2 Christopher Faylor
>>> On Mon, Jul 02, 2012 at 08:48:17PM +0200, Coldpizza wrote:
>>>>2012/7/2 Corinna Vinschen
>>>>> On Jul 2 17:55, Coldpizza wrote:
>>>>>> Using setup.exe version 2.774 and using as mirror
>>>>>> cygwin_mirror_hoobly_com with stable packages, couldn't find the pv
>>>>>> command. I don't know if even exists for cywgin.
>>>>> That's what http://cygwin.com/packages/ is for.
>>>>ok but that doesn't answer my question. Apparently the pv is not
>>>>listed in that packages list, so, where does this version come from?
>>> Why do you expect us to know what "the pv command" is and where
>>> something mentioned on a random non-cygwin-related web site comes from?
>>pv is pipeviewer
> There is no reason to expect that software available on a random
> non-cygwin-related site will be available under Cygwin. If you don't
> see "pv" available in http://cygwin.com/packages/ that means that it
> isn't available as a Cygwin package.
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