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Re: mingw libs

On Thu, 9 Oct 2003 wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm trying to build an app using cygwin-gcc and the mingw package all provided
> by the standard cygwin install.  This is a purely console app, whose only use
> beyond standard c++ is the conio library.
> I'm getting errors like:
> undefined refernce to operator new
> undefined refernce to operator delete
> ..
> I think I'm not linking in the appropriate libs.  Does anyone know the standard
> libs to include for general c++ usage (-lstdc++ -lmingw32) and winsock
> (-lwsock32) usage.
> I just want to make sure I'm linking in everything.
> Laslty, I just want to make sure my general approach is correct.  When compiled,
> I removed the standard include dirs, and only included the mingw ones.
> Thanks all,
> Yamin

What is the exact command that you use to invoke gcc?  Try compiling/linking
normally, but pass a -mno-cygwin flag to gcc.
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