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Error compiling: "cc1plus.exe - Entry Point Not Found" entry point putc_unlocked could not be located

I just upgraded to the latest cygwin releases on my XP
Pro system. I installed the defaults, which should
have upgraded everything that needed upgrading.

Previously, with the earlier version I had installed,
I had no problem compiling.

Now, every time I compile, I get a pop-up window with
the title "cc1plus.exe - Entry Point Not Found" and
the text "The procedure entry point putc_unlocked
could not be located in the dynamic link library

The cygwin1.dll version is 1.3.15-1. gcc is version
3.2 20020927.

Looking through the cygwin mailing-list archives I
found something about putc_unlocked being
unimplemented (see
, but nothing about my particular problem, or how to
solve it.

This, of course, is a major bug for me, as I can't
compile anything. The command "g++ -g xxx.cpp -c" will
always cause the error pop-up.

Any suggestions?

Many thanks.


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