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Re: I can't build from cvs sources on cygwin for some time now

From: Eric Lilja
Subject: Re: I can't build from cvs sources on cygwin for some time now
Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2006 23:56:07 +0100
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Eric Lilja skrev:
Juanma Barranquero skrev:
On 11/12/06, Eric Lilja <address@hidden> wrote:

Thanks, done that now and trying to recompile (did a bootstrap-clean so
it will take a few minutes before I know how it went).

Did you use "#ifndef CYGWIN"? Does CYGWIN exist?

I ran configure.bat in the nt subdir as I have always done when building
emacs on this platform.

I don't understand. If you're doing a Cygwin build, you don't run
nt/configure.bat, just ./configure on the root dir of the source


I'm using the cygwin tools to make mingw build. Nothing weird about it.

Didn't help. Somewhere it decides to include <sys/types.h> but it should not because I specified --no-cygwin when configuring. Got the same warning and error. CYGWIN is not defined, WINDOWSNT is, still that files gets included somewhere and then the compiler warns later when <winsock2.h> is included. gcc -DWINDOWSNT -DHAVE_GETCWD -DHAVE_STRERROR -c -o oo-spd/i386/emacsclient.o emacsclient.c
-mno-cygwin is passed to other files...but not emacsclient.c it seems. Bug?

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