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Re: GNU Nano on Windows

From: Benno Schulenberg
Subject: Re: GNU Nano on Windows
Date: Sun, 23 Aug 2020 18:29:14 +0200
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Op 23-08-2020 om 16:05 schreef
> I'm on Windows and I'm trying to setup the GNU Nano editor. I've downloaded 
> the
> NT 2.5.3 release and I was told to copy the cygwin1.dll file into system32.
> Is that necessary? Nano works fine without it and I don't really understand 
> why
> do I have to do that.
> So my question is: Do I have to copy the cygwin1.dll file into the system32
> folder to be able to use Nano?

Where did you read that nano needs cygwin.dll?  Where did you
get the nano that you are running?  What version is that?

We do not provide any binary nor any support for nano on Windows.

Also, this is a development list, not a place to ask support
questions.  Those should go to help-nano.  Please reply there.


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