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[bug #61409] The code used to create sub-processes on Windows triggers t

From: Paul D. Smith
Subject: [bug #61409] The code used to create sub-processes on Windows triggers the spawnve() issue
Date: Sun, 28 Nov 2021 15:10:53 -0500 (EST)
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Follow-up Comment #3, bug #61409 (project make):

I agree that GNU make shouldn't / can't fix a problem in the MS runtime.  The
question is, whether there's a way GNU make could work around or avoid the
problem (and how annoying that would be).

I'm not sure I understand the comment that as long as MinGW doesn't use UCRT,
it's a theoretical problem; surely GNU make on Windows is used to invoke other
kinds of programs, that aren't built with MinGW?  Or did I misunderstand what
you meant?

Liviu: you didn't provide any information on how you compiled GNU make; can
you specify?  Did you use MSVC with the default build_w32.bat file?  Did you
use GCC with build_w32.bat?  Something else?  Maybe that doesn't matter WRT
this issue.


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