From: Niklaus Giger (NiklausGiger_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-01-25 05:04:17
> Okay, now I finally have working cygwin installation. Looks like cygwin
> be installed on Samba mounted drive -- which is that I've was trying to do
> previously. The system is not always accessible to me, but still it's
> I need help with this issue. The problem is that there's a file a.cpp:
> void b();
> void a()
> which is compiled into DLL. The 'b' function is defined in another DLL,
> 'a' is not linked too (intentionally). Seems like this causes the error.
> the question -- anybody knows why. Does cygwin require that another DLL be
> given during linking a.dll? Does it require __dllimport on b?
> If that's the case, then the test just makes no sense for cygwin and I'll
> remove it.
Sorry. I do not know anything about generating program and DLL for cygwin.
Maybe you should ask this on the cygwin user list.
> And BTW, I get a some other failures on cygwin -- for example, the 'stage'
> test. I wonder why it works for you :-/
I know it. From my PATH I get the following to environment variables
I to to enter the following command
$ unset TEMP; unset TMP
before being able to run the "python stage.py".
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