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RE: [Chicken-users] minGW and chicken

From: Jonah Beckford
Subject: RE: [Chicken-users] minGW and chicken
Date: Thu, 9 Sep 2004 18:51:11 -0400

Now in CVS: - Use posixstub.scm instead of posix.scm for Mingw
posixstub.scm - A do-nothing file - Got rid of support for mingw/ directory

MinGW compiled correctly when I did the following from MSYS:

$ autocvs
$ ./configure --disable-shared && make
BOOTSTRAP_PATH=/f/cygwin/usr/local/bin && make install

(BOOTSTRAP_PATH will likely be in the form C:/chicken-1.66 for other
people's systems)

There are some problems with compiling the shared libraries; I will see if I
can fix these over the next couple of days.


> Felix Winkelmann wrote:
> Thomas Chust wrote:
> > 
> > It should be possible however to manually modify the Makefile to 
> > exclude the posix unit or to include Sergey's posixwin unit 
> instead -- 
> > then everything should be compilable under Mingw32.
> This will be done as soon as possible.
> > 
> >>
> >> AFAIK, posix is not available under Cygwin (until we add Sergey's 
> >> posixwin, of course). So it should be somehow handled by the build 
> >> stuff.
> >>
> > 
> > Of course posix support _is_ available under Cygwin but not under
> > Mingw32 -- that's what Cygwin is all about, a posix emulation layer 
> > for Windows.
> > 
> Yes, of course. I mixed up mingw and cygwin.

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