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Re: Compiling with Cygwin/Mingw (was Re: Patched (6.1.245) Window s gVim)

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  • BStrohhaecker@Hueller-Hille.com
    Von: Dan Sharp [mailto:dwsharp@hotmail.com] ... and ... on ... the ... use ... Until now I never used the Cygwin makefile. But I would like to use cygwin like
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 31, 2002
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      Von: Dan Sharp [mailto:dwsharp@...]

      >>From: Colin Keith <vim@...>
      >>
      >>AFAIK you cannot compile programs with gcc/cygwin without a dependancy
      >>on the cygwin.dll.
      >
      >Actually, you can add the -mno-cygwin compile flag to the Cygwin compile
      and
      >the resulting binary will not have a dependency on the cygwin1.dll (it uses

      >the mingw runtime that is part of the Cygwin distribution). I am working
      on
      >adding an option to Make_cyg.mak so you can choose to add that flag if you
      >want. Just need to get some more free time to do it... :)
      >
      >Out of curiosity, how many people use the Cygwin makefile versus the Mingw
      >makefile? Under Cygwin, you can actually do 'make -f Make_ming.mak' and
      >build (g)vim just fine, so I feel the two makefiles are possibly a bit
      >redundant. I think with a few tweaks the two files could be combined
      >(Make_gcc.mak perhaps?). The main problems I currently have are getting
      the
      >interpreter interfaces to work.
      >
      >Anyway, responses to this part should probably be directed to the dev list.

      >I just wanted to broach the subject here, since more people on this list
      use
      >Cygwin / Mingw to compile.
      >
      >Dan Sharp

      Until now I never used the Cygwin makefile. But I would like to use cygwin
      like pathes in gvim. Is this possible with either using Cygwin or Mingw ?

      Bernd
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