Question about -mno-cygwin.

Arcadio A. Sincero Jr.
Sun Feb 28 23:02:00 GMT 1999

On Tue, 9 Feb 1999, Mumit Khan wrote:
> On Mon, 8 Feb 1999, Arcadio A. Sincero Jr. wrote:
> > 	I have a question concerning the -mno-cygwin command line switch.
> > Will objects compiled without the -mno-cygwin switch link fine with
> > objects compiled with it?  I ask because I noticed that if you want to
> Yes, you need the migwn32 target libraries if you're linking against
> libm.a, libstdc++ (C++), libiberty (BSD'ish porting routines), what not. 
> I have these libraries on my site:

	Hmm ... does this mean that if I make my own libraries, I will
always need to have a version compiled with the -mno-cygwin switch and
another compiled without?  Or does the need to have Mingw32-specific
libraries only apply to the runtime libraries?

Arcadio Alivio Sincero Jr.              
Computer Science Major, University of Maryland Baltimore County

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