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Re: Cygintl-3.dll was not found

On Thu, Aug 10, 2006 at 10:13:26AM -0500, mwoehlke wrote:
>Christopher Faylor wrote:
>>On Wed, Aug 09, 2006 at 05:34:02PM -0500, mwoehlke wrote:
>>>Christopher Faylor wrote:
>>>>On Wed, Aug 09, 2006 at 12:38:47PM -0700, infoterror wrote:
>>>>>Under windows, programs are installed by default in "C:\Program Files."
>>>>>cygwin's preferred "c:\cygwin" is foolish and makes an unnecessary mess
>>>>>of installations.
>>>>I disagree.  Not all packages install in "c:\Program Files" and putting
>>>>Cygwin's root directory there would mean extra typing, potential
>>>>"filename with spaces" problems, and, most importantly, it would mean 10
>>>>extra characters eaten from the MAX_PATH limit.  Also, as is pointed out
>>>>later in this thread, there is a whole filesystem underneath the
>>>>c:\cygwin directory.  Right or wrong, I've always considered Cygwin to
>>>>be sort of a parallel to the Windows directory.
>>>>You can, of course, choose your own location, however.  I don't see why
>>>>this should be a big issue for anyone who installs Cygwin.  If they know
>>>>about "c:\Program Files" and think that's the place that cygwin should
>>>>go, they are welcome to put things there.
>>>>What kind of problems do you think are being caused by installing to
>>>>"c:\cygwin" and/or what kind of problems would be solved by installing
>>>>to "c:\Program Files\cygwin"?
>>>Whew. Thanks for wording that better than what I was managing. :-)
>>So what kind of response would you expect to my mail?  More "thin
>>intelligence", "foolish" responses?
>Are you asking if I thought your response was reasonable and 
>non-inflammatory (yes; it helped /me/ step back and start thinking again 
>:-)), or if I think infoterror is a troll? Or do I just not understand 
>the question?

I was just wondering if we'd get more of the same.  Just an idle question.


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