From: PAL (b84037_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-10-22 12:28:33
> The MS C runtime is not part of the win32 API.
> >I am sure that it can be compiled with BCB/BCC or MinGW.
> How are you sure? Did you test it ;-)
I have ever built it with BCB. And the console compiler of BCB
is the same as BCC, so I think it should be compiled with BCC too.
The point is the import library of msvcrt.dll.
Make a import library of an exist DLL is not so hard, but an extra task.
As to MinGW, I must tell the truth that I have not built Bjam with it yet.
Because of rare use, I have uninstall it already.
But I have ever built some programs with it before.
Most APIs of msvct.dll are available. In fact, MinGW project just made a
So I guess '_ltoa' is available .
Anyway, I have replaced it with 'sprinf' since it isn't compiled with
> No you can't wait, sorry. The C runtime for GCC doesn't have that function
> (AFAIK), and hence would fail to compile for those people (i.e. cygwin).
Thanks for tell me this.
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