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Re: win32 popen clone for mingw32 anyone?
- To: gnu-win32 at cygnus dot com
- Subject: Re: win32 popen clone for mingw32 anyone?
- From: Douglas Steele <Douglas at dsteele dot demon dot co dot uk>
- Date: Sat, 1 Aug 1998 17:31:17 +0100
In article <9807311933.AA20575@modi.xraylith.wisc.edu>, Mumit Khan
>Here I'm referring to not being able to reproduce the bug where windres
>can't create resource because the output from CPP goes to the screen.
>This is what happens:
> - windres calls the pre-processor via popen
> * if --preprocessor flag is given, then it uses that; otherwise,
> * use 'gcc -E -xc-header -DRC_INVOKED'
> - windres now reads from the file descriptor returned by popen. All
> output to stdout from the "popen'd" process should now go to this
> file descriptor, but it seems to go to the CONSOLE according to this
>I couldn't reproduce it using crtdll.dll version 3.50; I'd be happy
>provide others with my rewrite of Perl's popen/pclose routines to try
If you have binaries I could try it out.
>Note that in the case where the default preprocessor is used, there are
>*two* levels of process creation -- windres calls gcc, and gcc calls cpp.
>I suggest folks who're having this problem try the following:
> % windres --preprocessor cpp --define RC_INVOKED -o testres.o test.rc
>Before doing that, you'll have to add the directory containing cpp.exe to
>your path (or copy cpp.exe to somewhere in your path). Also, please try
>this on a trivial file with no extra includes to avoid adding lots of
>If this works
Unfortunately it still dumped to the screen.
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