Re: [PATCH] if_ole build error with mingw64-i686 under cygwin
- Guopeng Wen wrote:
> I just found that I can build Windows native executable with cygwinThanks, I'll include it.
> (again) using new mingw64-i686-* packages. Those packages are used
> for win32 target development.
> When I try to build I found the following error:
> In file included from if_ole.cpp:44:0:
> if_ole.h:49:54: error: declaration of C function
> =91void* MIDL_user_allocate(size_t)=92 conflicts with
> /usr/i686-w64-mingw32/sys-root/mingw/include/rpcndr.h:97:20: error:
> previous declaration =91void* MIDL_user_allocate(SIZE_T)=92 here
> Here's the command line I used to build Vim GUI under cygwin:
> cd src && \
> make GUI=3Dyes OLE=3Dyes ARCH=3Di686 WINVER=3D0x0500 NETBEANS=3Dno \
> CROSS_COMPILE=3D/usr/bin/i686-w64-mingw32- STATIC_STDCPLUS=3Dyes \
> -f Make_ming.mak
> The error can be easily fixed with the attached patch (conditional
> compilation for prototypes). I've verified that patch with the
> following build environment:
> - MinGW
> - mingw64-i686 under cygwin
> - Visual Studio 2010
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