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Re: Building cygwin1.dll and mknetrel
> Yes, I have never run this under cygwin, actually. It was intended as a
> cross-compilation environment. I'm surprised that it works on cygwin
> with so few changes.
Great work, my shell scripts require alot of TLC and SSH b4 they work on
more than one platform. <G>
> You should be able to say "mknetrel cygwin" to have it build the latest version.
> Again, I'm surprised that it would actually work with explicit versions.
I'm sorry, I didn't use explicit versions when calling mknetrel. I was
saying that the wildcards in the shell snippets above (e.g. cd
cygwin*/winsup) would break if there was, for example, more than one dir
called 'cygwin*'. Actually, it's worse than I thought, I didn't put a
dash b4 the glob, so even a package called cygwinfoo-2-3 would break the
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