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self hosting + nightly snapshots


Building dev-src.tar.gz works just fine.

All of the "cygwin-src-1999*.tar.gz"  snapshots include Alan Modra's
1998/10/20 change to "include/opcode/i386.h", 
but not the matching changes to "gas/config/tc-i386.c" or
"gas/config/tc-i386.h", etc.
The following patch is the *minimum* to get it to build, but you want to
self-host you should get an updated "gas".

--- ./gas/config/tc-i386.c.orig Tue Aug 11 07:50:37 1998
+++ ./gas/config/tc-i386.c      Mon Feb 01 14:54:40 1999
@@ -899,7 +899,7 @@
      We assume that the scrubber has arranged it so that line[0] is the
      start of a (possibly prefixed) opcode. */
-    char opcode[MAX_OPCODE_SIZE];
+    char opcode[MAX_MNEM_SIZE];
     char *l = line;
     char *token_start = l;
     char *opp;

The 1999/01/30 snapshot includes Corrina's ENOMEDIUM patch to
"winsup/" in "winsup-src-19990130.tar.gz", 
but there is no "cygwin-src-19990130.tar.gz" with the matching change to
How is it determined whether or not to put a newlib snapshot up?
Is this done automatically?

Andrew Dalgleish