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Re: mcrypt commnad
- From: Andrew Markebo <flognat at flognat dot myip dot org>
- To: "Gupta, Sanjay" <SGupta at Epylon dot com>
- Cc: "'cygwin at cygwin dot com'" <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: 03 Apr 2002 23:51:20 +0200
- Subject: Re: mcrypt commnad
- References: <657B20E93E93D4118F9700D0B73CE3EA0D397216@goofy.epylon.lan>
No idea about why you are missing cputs and cgets, easy way is to use
something other to print and input a string..
Meanwhile, just a quick thought, if I remember right you said
something like "I can't use cygwin crypt(), because it is not
unix-compatible", well how many crypt()'s out there on Solaris, Linux,
HP, digital alpha are compatible??
Or is it me being on the wrong line?? Using mcrypt on the unix-machine
and cygwin probably does the same thing..
BTW Saw a note on the mcrypt-dev on compiling mcrypt with cygwin, they
referred to use and link against mingw..
| getpass.o: In function `mcrypt_getpass':
| /usr/src/mcrypt-2.5.10/src/getpass.c:48: undefined reference to `_cputs'
| /usr/src/mcrypt-2.5.10/src/getpass.c:49: undefined reference to `_cgets'
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