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Re: cygwin and windows API
On 8/10/07, Larry Hall (Cygwin) <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Lewis Hyatt wrote:
> > Steven Woody wrote:
> >> hi,
> >> can i directly call Windows APIs ( such as creating a window, reading
> >> from a file ) from a cygwin program written in C ? if the answer is
> >> yes, i want to know how i should do that, thanks!
> > Just #include <windows.h> and write whatever windows program you want,
> > it will compile fine with gcc. If your question is how to write windows
> > programs, this list isn't likely to help you out but there is tons of
> > info on the web, you can start here: http://www.winprog.org/tutorial/
> The only caution I'd add is that you don't want to mix the usage of
> services from both Windows and Cygwin. For example, you shouldn't
> just expect things like sockets created with in the Windows API to work
> with Cygwin calls and vice versa. Also, if your goal is to write a
> pure Windows program, you either want to use the '-mno-cygwin' flag
> when you build with Cygwin's gcc or use Mingw's. Either will make
> sure you don't rely on Cygwin's runtime, which you don't need for a
> pure Windows program.
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> A: Yes.
> > Q: Are you sure?
> >> A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
> >>> Q: Why is top posting annoying in email?
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thanks for your info.
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