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Re: Please test latest snapshot

> > Also, it appears that cygcheck is doing work, but not printing any output.
> -v, please.  It prints a lot of stuff for me.

On my 266 MHz Win98 machine (yes, I know it is old, but it makes a great regression tester):

$ mount -m
mount -f -s -b "d:/cygwin/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts" "/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts"
mount -f -s -b -X "d:/cygwin/bin" "/bin"
mount -f -s -b -X "d:/cygwin/bin" "/usr/bin"
mount -f -s -b "d:/cygwin/lib" "/usr/lib"
mount -f -s -b "d:/cygwin" "/"
mount -s -b --change-cygdrive-prefix "/cygdrive"
$ uname -a
CYGWIN_98-4.10 bedroom 1.5.17s(0.128/4/2) 20050513 17:27:58 i686 unknown unknown Cygwin
$ cygcheck -c cygwin
$ echo $?
$ strace cygcheck -c cygwin
Cygwin Package Information
Package              Version        Status
cygwin               1.5.16-1       OK
$ strace --help
$ strace strace --help | head -n 1
Usage: strace [OPTIONS] <command-line>
$ echo $TERM
$ time cygcheck -c

real    3m9.083s
user    0m0.000s
sys     0m0.000s

It seems like the output of cygcheck and strace are being suppressed until they are invoked through a second layer.  But they are obviously doing something, even when the output disappears.

Eric Blake

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