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B19.1: virtual memory exhausted during make under Win95 resp. Win NT4
- To: gnu-win32 at cygnus dot com
- Subject: B19.1: virtual memory exhausted during make under Win95 resp. Win NT4
- From: Martin dot Hubert at energie dot rwe dot de
- Date: Mon, 24 Aug 1998 13:40:38 +0200
during compilation of MICO an error occured as described shortly in
thesubject. To explain you in detail what's happened, I present
the complete error szenario. I installed the GNU-Win32 Beta 19 under
Windows95 and Windows NT4 in the default directory. After that
I also installed the update to B19.1. The application I wanted to compile
was MICO in version 2.1.1
(available at: http://www.vsb.cs.uni-frankfurt.de/~mico/ ).
I started the make process with the configure script and after that I
started make. There was no error until the file "orb.cc" was compiled.
The following message appeared on screen:
c++ -I. -I../include -I/Cygnus/b19/mico/./include/ministl -O
-c orb.cc -o orb.o
5) commit_and_inc: VirtualAlloc failed
orb.cc: In function `static class CORBA::ORB * CORBA::ORB_init(int &, char
onst char *)':
orb.cc:1686: virtual memory exhausted
make: *** [orb.o] Error 1
make: *** [system] Error 1
This error seems to be an error from GNU-Win32, isn't it? If yes, what has
to be done to compile MICO completely? Is there a patch to
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