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Re: 1.3.9: running lynx gives error about cygintl.dll not found
I've uploaded the following setup.hint to sources...
requires cygwin libintl libncurses5 openssl zlib
sdesc "Text-mode WWW Browser"
ldesc "Lynx is a terminal based WWW browser. While it does not make any
at displaying graphics, it has good support for HTML text formatting,
forms, and tables. This version includes support for SSL encryption."
lynx requires the ssl runtime support, as well as cygintl.dll,
cygncurses5.dll. I was hesitant to remove the zlib requirement, even
though cygcheck doesn't show any dependency on cygz.dll.
Hack Kampbjørn wrote:
> Ernie Soffronoff wrote:
>>I'm only an occasional user, so I hope this isn't a user-training issue
>>vs. a real bug, but here goes...
>>If I try to run lynx, I get a box (looks like it's from Windows) saying:
>>lynx.exe - unable to local component
>>This application has failed to start because cygintl.dll was not found.
>>Re-installing the application may fix this problem.
>>I reinstalled (reran setup, set everything to reinstall) but it still
>>didn't find it. Looking at cygcheck's output, it looks like the DLL is
>>really there. Is there a more aggressive version of reinstalling that I
> No, it's not there (Note that cygintl-1.dll is not the same as
> cygintl.dll). To find which package you're missing follow the
> instructions outlined in this mail:
> Reinstalling should be enough, setup.exe should know which packages lynx
> depends on and also install them. Ahhh lynx is missing a setup.hint 8-(
> And setup.ini includes only:
> @ lynx
> sdesc: "Text-mode WWW Browser"
> category: Web
> requires: cygwin zlib
> version: 2.8.4-1
> install: contrib/lynx/lynx-2.8.4-1.tar.bz2 1262804
> source: contrib/lynx/lynx-2.8.4-1-src.tar.bz2 1941539
> $ cygcheck lynx
> Found: C:\cygwin\bin\lynx.exe
> Use -h to see help about each section
> So it's missing a "requires" for both cygintl.dll and cygncurses5.dll.
> You should find out who is mantaining lynx and ask her to upload an
> up-to-date setup.hint" file for lynx. Or even better write one yourself
> and offer to mantain lynx 8-)
>>Thanks to all the developers for a great tool. I may only be an
>>occasional user, but when I need cygwin I need it bad...
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