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Re: system() fails on pristine Windows systems
René Berber wrote:
> I don't know if it works but I would try to use popen(), there's also
> exec() and all it's relatives.
I'll try popen. I'm not inclined to use anything from exec or spawn - I
don't want to replace the program. I just need to run an external
program and read the results back in.
> Registry perhaps, the cygwin1.dll has to set a sane environment for
> itself, it probably gets the location of the Cygwin installation plus
> the mount table and some environment variables.
I understand. Thanks.
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