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Re: tcp-wrappers for 1.7.0

Corinna Vinschen wrote:
On Apr 25 13:32, Charles Wilson wrote:
Ideas for cygwin-1.9 (not a new one):
(1) add functionality to cygwin2.dll
(2) ...miracle happens where cygwin .exe's and cygwin .dll's can simultaneously have all symbols satisfied, yet not be linked directly to DLLs other than cygwin2.dll and windows system .dlls.
(3) cygwin DLL controls loading dependent *cygwin* libraries at runtime.

Wasn't there a guy on the cygwin ML a couple of weeks ago who claimed to have solved the problem with unresolved symbols? There was some shoulder patting on the list, but nothing came out of it so far, right?

Alain Frisch -- Announce: FlexDLL, flexible DLLs under Windows

Step 2 reminds me of the South Park underpants gnomes' business plan.

Didn't see this one. Do you have a pointer to the episode?

The Plan:

The Episode "Gnomes":
(they've shown up in a few other eps, too, but this was the original)

On the original was a BLODA issue. I thought I had Windows Defender turned off in favor of AVG, but for some reason AVG7.5's Anti-spyware component got disabled, so WD got turned back on behind my back.

I turned it off /again/, upgraded to AVG8.0, and AVG Anti-Spyware (and Avti-Virus) were happy again.

Then, I rebased again to 0x65000000 (I had earlier tried 0x63000000 in desperation) and then I was able to bootstrap libtool-git.


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