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RE: Problem compiling cygwin1.dll from CVS
- From: "Gabriel SOUBIES" <gabriel dot soubies at thales-is dot com>
- To: "Nuno Ferreira" <nuno dot ferreira at graycell dot biz>
- Cc: "Cygwin mailing list" <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Thu, 15 Jan 2004 11:52:51 +0100
- Subject: RE: Problem compiling cygwin1.dll from CVS
I finally managed to re-build Cygwin, and your hint helped me a lot!
The problem was that i was downloading the sources using Cygwin's CVS on a
machine where Cygwin had been installed in NT mode (not by me).
Then I burned the sources and tried to compile on my machine, where Cygwin
is installed in Unix mode.
I had Cygwin reinstalled in Unix mode on the machine I used for downloading
and that solved everything.
Maybe a note about this problem could be added to the FAQ page named "How do
I rebuild the tools on my NT box?" ...
De : Nuno Ferreira [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Envoyé : mercredi 14 janvier 2004 20:46
À : Gabriel SOUBIES
Cc : Cygwin mailing list
Objet : RE: Problem compiling cygwin1.dll from CVS
On Ter, 2004-01-13 at 15:41, Gabriel SOUBIES wrote:
> Thanks for your reply.
> I moved everything under a directory /CompilCygwin that I just created.
> Unfortunately, it didn't change anything, i get the same error...
I had the original problem and solved it but forgot to share it with the
My problem was caused because I used wincvs to checkout the cygwin
sources because I had some problem (don't remeber what) with cygwin's
cvs. Because wincvs is running on NT it performs the LF -> CR/LF on text
files and the file ends up with the extra ^M.
Checking out the sources under cygwin solved the problem.
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