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Re: duplicate regexec/regcomp functions detected

On Sat, Dec 29, 2001 at 08:21:43PM +0100, Ralf Habacker wrote:
>Ralf Habacker wrote
>>The patch for creating libpthread.a is appended. It contains a script names "speclib" and an
>additional rule >in the src/winsup/cygwin/
>I have recognized yet a little problem with the speclib script. I have checked this from the
>cygwin build dir without any errors. If someone was in the winsup dir and does a make cygwin
>or make, than some command in speclib does not found the input files. The problem is that ar
>does not have an -o option for an output dir, so the hack to emulate that does not work.
>Perhaps it is better to use the absolute path of the input library, but currently I have no
>idea, how to solve this. :-(
>Perhaps anyone else have an idea ?
>cd $tmpdir
>$ar x $PWD/$inlib $FILES
>cd ..

I don't know if this helps bug can I suggest an alternate approach?  Use
cygwin.din to derive your list of files and do something like:

$(LIBPTHREAD_A): speclib new-$(DLL_NAME) cygwin.din pthread.o thread.o
	/bin/sh ${word 1,$^} $@  "$(NM)" "$(AR)" "$(RANLIB)" ${wordlist 3, 99, $^}


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