False negative from cygcheck python27.dll (Windows)
Henry S. Thompson
Thu Sep 1 14:53:00 GMT 2016
Corinna Vinschen writes:
> On Sep 1 14:39, Henry S. Thompson wrote:
>> This is not new, I don't think, but I thought I'd check if it's a known
>> Running Cygwin 2.5.2 on Windows 10 (which just forced the Anniversary
>> update on me, various minor irritations to be overcome),
> Be glad, be *really* glad, you don't run W10 Enterprise and use a
> WSUS server for updates...
>> I see the
>> > cygcheck python27.dll
>> Found: C:\WINDOWS\system32\python27.dll
>> cygcheck: track_down: could not find MSVCR90.dll
>> But not surprisingly /c/Python27/python runs just fine, and both strace
>> and depends  report that the MSVCR90 dependency is satisfied from
>> Just a minor irritation, but I'm curious if there's an underlying
>> reason, or it's a bug.
> There's a reason and it's that WinSxS stuff. It works with invisible
> redirections so the path itself is not in the usual DLL search path.
> We could add the WinSXS dir and all subdirs, but is it worth it?
Hmm, maybe on request (i.e. another flag) -- given that there may be
multiple subdirectories of WinSxS, knowing which one is getting used can
be of real value in tricky situations...
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