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Re: GNUstep won't install on cygwin with Windows2000 (GNUstep Startup 0.
Re: GNUstep won't install on cygwin with Windows2000 (GNUstep Startup 0.10.2)
Sat, 16 Apr 2005 20:11:41 -0600
On Apr 16, 2005, at 10:51 AM, Fred Kiefer wrote:
Well, it must be that gnustep-base did not build correctly. But I
don't know why - perhaps the def file was not generated correctly, or
perhaps, as is typical on Windows, some other library is interfering
with the linking in some mystical way. Is there anyone else who uses
Cygwin that has gnustep-base working?
I think that this is caused by the same problem that I reported about
two weeks ago. The export file for the library is no longer created
correctly, as there is a new subproject in base and the merged .def
files contains duplicate entries now.
You did send me a patch for this, which didn't work. What we need here
is a different way to create the .def file. Or have to wait until the
new way of compilation for MinGW also works with cygwin. Perhaps
updating the cygwin gcc to 3.4 would already do the trick.
No - sorry that the followups did not go to the list. It turns out I am
not compiling gnustep-objc on Cygwin with the Startup script. When
Bernd did this manually (following the README.Cygwin file), it worked.
The problem with the multiple subprojects is only in the CVS version of
base, not the recent release versions.