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Re: [RFC] Cygwin libstdc++ plan (operator new/delete replacement)

Corinna wrote:
> On Oct  2 08:36, Andy Koppe wrote:
>> 2009/10/2 Dave Korn
>> > Right now however head isn't working for me at all, for what I think must
>> > be unrelated reasons, given that the snapshot works but clean head doesn't.
>> Same here. Bash just exits immediately, with or without the remaining
>> locale patches.
>> Do I need to do more than just copy cygwin0.dll to /bin/cygwin1.dll? I
>> did update gcc since that last worked.
> Personally I'm using a Linux cross gcc "i686-pc-cygwin-gcc (GCC) 4.3.2
> 20080827 (alpha-testing) 1" which is based on Dave's first gcc-4 release
> plus a small patch from cgf necessary for the cross build.  I have no
> problems at all running my self-built Cygwin DLLs.  FWIW, I'm usually
> not building with optimization for easier debugging.

I'm having problems with a self-built cygwin1.dll too.  Built from head
last night with -ggdb -O0, using Dave's latest gcc-4.3.4-1. Same
symptoms as Andy.

(I'm actually kinda glad you guys are seeing the problem, because my
source has one change: I replaced
with a copy of
which supports v2 relocs as well as v1. I wanted to see if it would
"just work".  If *I* was having the problem and you guys weren't, I'd
have blamed pseudo-reloc but now it looks like the problem is elsewhere.
pseudo-reloc might STILL be borked for cygwin, but...)


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