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Re: Xerces C++ support in cygwin
Yes, I've been calling runConfigure like so:
> ./runConfigure -pcygwin -cgcc -xg++
The runConfigure script defaults to pthread for the thread option, so that's
One of the tests "ThreadTest", I assume does multi-threaded testing and it
passes when I ran it. It took a little effort to figure out how the tests
are run because a few of them require arguments and file names. I walked
through the scripts/sanityTest.pl script and executed the tests as they are
in that file. I wasn't able to run the script itself, which is another
thing on the checklist :)
I haven't even tried Xalan.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gerrit P. Haase" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, August 26, 2002 11:50 PM
Subject: Re: Xerces C++ support in cygwin
> Hallo Abraham,
> Am Montag, 26. August 2002 um 22:22 schriebst du:
> > I've tested Gerrit's patch and submitted it (among others to get more
> > support for cygwin in Xerces-C++). These patches were checked in today
> > I just finished testing using gcc 3.2.1 that was recently announced.
> > free anyone to get the sources from cvs and build it... Great news is
> > with gcc 3.2.1, I'm seeing the C++ DOM exceptions being caught when they
> > thrown from the xerces dll, which allows all the xerces tests to pass.
> > was a problem when I built the xerces dll and tried running the tests
> > against gcc 2.95.3).
> Have you also tried to build and test with threads? It seems to build
> ok for me, but I have no time left to test it yet, I'll do tests this
> And what about Xalan?
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