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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Win32 builds - new set of DLL

From: Holger
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Win32 builds - new set of DLL
Date: Fri, 04 Jul 2003 22:04:56 +0200

At 02:40 02.07.2003 +0200, Øystein Johansen wrote:
Holger wrote:
And with the last 3 libraries start the problems I've mentioned earlier in another post. See below at the end.

Yes, I see your point here... I'll make a suggestion at the end.

I didn't see any suggestion, and I still have the same problem.

(I think I will start providing readline support to the gnubg-no-gui version. I'm not sure where I'll take the library from.)

Could you send me your config.h and Makefile for the non-GUI version? I'm curious. ;)

For practical value I install more packages under MinGW than described so far. Among others these are fileutils, diffutils, findutils, grep, ssh and more. Already the most basic "rm" (which I use in my Makefiles) from fileutils requires libintl-2.dll . So if I don't want to install the necessary libraries I can't use those packages, which is out of choice. Thus, we need a different solution. Any proposals?

Yes, I see this problem. Why didn't I see this before? Simply because I used this set of Unix tools: http://unxutils.sourceforge.net/ Thay may be a bit outdated, but I havn't had any problems with'em. That's why I didn't see the problem. I also used to use libraries from this site: http://mingwrep.sourceforge.net/ which is also a bit outdated.

The latter project is obviously inactive, for which I try to avoid it.

I still think we should build our binaries based iconv.dll and libintl-1.dll from Tor's site. It's just so sick to have two differrent versions of the same library for the same application.

I neither like two versions of a library, but I like even less to not use the packages from GnuWin32. Or are you suggesting to use one of the above projects? To be honest: I don't like the idea.



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