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Linking VCC with Cygwing Gcc
- From: "Michnowicz, Simon G" <Simon dot Michnowicz at team dot telstra dot com>
- To: "'cygwin at cygwin dot com'" <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2002 14:15:41 +1000
- Subject: Linking VCC with Cygwing Gcc
I have the job of putting a commercial licencing tool (libraries compiled in
cywgin compiled code (on Windows 2000)
The FAQ hints that this should be possible, however I have not been able to
Is this possible, especially using multi-tasking code?
The FAQ says that object code between the two compilers can be shared,
a simple "hello world" program I wrote gives a linker error, i.e.
gcc main.o hello.obj
gives an error like " undefined reference to `_chkesp'"
The situation gets mroe complicated with libraries and dll's.
Is there any document anywhere describing the process in more detail, or
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