... Still a problem for me until I compiled my own copy this morning!!!. Nikolaj, two questions: (1) What s the origin of the DLL you are using presently. (2)Message 1 of 41 , Apr 29, 2003View SourceAt 04:53 a.m. 29/04/2003, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
> > It works with iso-8859-2 (Win version).Still a problem for me until I compiled my own copy this morning!!!.
>I thought the problem was that dynamically loading the iconv 1.8 dll
>didn't work. Is this a non-problem?
Nikolaj, two questions: (1) What's the origin of the DLL you are using
presently. (2) What compiler was used to compile both the DLL and your copy
My copy of iconv was compiled with Mingw's GCC. My gvim with Cygwin's
-mno-cygwin option (another version of Mingw for all intent).
For the record, I have tried Iconv 1.8 DLLs from three different places:
http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/ -> compiled with mingw
http://gettext.sourceforge.net/ -> compiled with MSVC?
http://mingrep.sourceforge.net/ -> compiled with mingw
After fighting with all these binary distros, I took the source code bundle
libiconv-1.8-w32-1.src.tgz from http://gettext.sf.net/, configured with:
$ ./configure CC="gcc -mno-cygwin -march=i386" --disable-nls
--enable-extra-encodings --build=mingw32 --host=mingw32 --target=mingw32
And finished creating the DLL by hand. The only differenc is I am using
more a more recent GNU ld and Mingw runtime files.
... I haven t seen that sort of problems either. Moving directories is another story. ... Kind regards, Aschwin Marsman -- aYniK Software Solutions allMessage 41 of 41 , May 1, 2003View SourceOn Thu, 1 May 2003, Wichert Akkerman wrote:
> Previously David Brown wrote:I haven't seen that sort of problems either. Moving directories is another
> > Well, this isn't a bash-CVS mailing list, but just say it is a
> > consequence of CVS being just a little more than a bunch of RCS files.
> > The branch does not exist as a cohesive whole. You just have some
> > subset of your files with an RCS branch. If you're lucky enough to get
> > your tags right, you might even be able to refer to that same set of
> > files again.
> Getting the tags wrong would be an impressive demonstration of not being
> able to run a very simple command correctly. I've never seen problems
> with that.
> Wichert.Kind regards,
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