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Re: mingw libs
I added that -mno-cygwin to both compiler and linker and have started a
build...should be about an hour or two before its donw.
I didn't write the makefiles, but I have modified them to use GCC, so its really
too complicated to post in its entirety...but the exact linker command is as
Bare in mind, I've tried several variations on these, so its not exactly the
cleanest right now. I've been 'thrashing' it.
The commands are on a separate line, but that's just how the build system works
here. It does get fed into gcc correctly.
#list the libraries
%foreach Link in $(LinkFiles)
Quoting Igor Pechtchanski <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On Thu, 9 Oct 2003 email@example.com wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I'm trying to build an app using cygwin-gcc and the mingw package all
> > by the standard cygwin install. This is a purely console app, whose only
> > 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
> > 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
> > 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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