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Re: -mno-cygwin with newer GCC?

 --- David Abrahams <> wrote: > ------
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> addition
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> ------
> Hi,
> I'm trying to use -mno-cygwin with a Cygwin GCC-3.0.2 that I built from
> sources. It seems that there are some preprocessor symbol definitions
> missing, for example:
> _U=01 _L=02 _N=04 _S=010 _P=020 _C=040 _X=0100 _B=0200 // for ctype_base
> it gets the wrong definition of
> et. al. from std_cmath.
> Is there a way to make this work?
> It seems to me that the MINGW community (and Cygwin for that matter) is
> pretty committed to gcc-2.95.x, but I want the improved C++ compiler
> available with 3.0.2. Is anyone out there doing a similar thing, or am I
> completely out on a limb?

Speaking as a mingw developer, I am committed to a GCC 3.1 for mingw in
April 2001.  

> TIA,
> Dave
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