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Please help on cscope15.5 compiling errors


I was not able to attach the cyhcheck.out file as it was bounced back as spam. Anyway, I got errors when compling cscope15.5 on cygwin 15.1.9-4 downloaded on March 27,2006. The error compains that function getline() was re-declared in cscope package's global.h, which was delcared in cygwin's /usr/include/sys/stdio.h at line 31.

I commented out line 31 in stdio but still got other errors. Since I complied and installed cscope15.5 on previous cygwin release in 2003, it might be a bug in cygwin 1.5.19-4.

Please help.

Many thanks,

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Date: 28 Mar 2006 19:50:00 -0000

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