From: JÃ¼rgen Hunold (hunold_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-09-09 07:11:45
Hi Volodya !
On Thursday 09 September 2004 13:53, Vladimir Prus wrote:
> J?rgen Hunold wrote:
> >> That's great. That platform is troublesome, but never was
> >> regularly tested.
> > Yes, I know. I'd like to use cygwin shell instead of cmd.exe, so
> > I'll keep testing ;-)
> Do you use cmd.exe at the moment?
Yes, for compiling my projects. This works now, but bash is better than
> I expected something like
> If you did it from cygwin shell, you probably should use "Ctrl-D"
> instead of "Ctrl-Z".
Yes, then I get
don't know how to make all
...found 1 target...
...can't find 1 target...
> >> Also, make sure that OS is not set in
> >> environment, by running:
> >> echo $(OS) ;
> > But when doing a "set | grep OS" I get
> > so it seems my cygwin installation sets OS=win32.
> Could you try unsetting this variable?
Yes, then everything works out of the box.
That means, the test-suite starts ;-)
> If the tests work OK in the
> case, I'll swap the order of calls in
> * Jam defined variables OS, OSPLAT
> var_defines( othersyms );
> var_defines( use_environ );
> so that env vars don't clobber 'OS' and 'OSPLAT'.
Please find the first test runs for cygwin gcc and msvc-7.1 attached.
Main problem seems to be that the .exe extension is not recognised.
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