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Problems with libintl-8
- From: John Coppens <john at jcoppens dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 22 Oct 2009 12:53:21 -0300
- Subject: Problems with libintl-8
Before sending me to FAQs etc, I have read probably most of them...
And many other mails etc.
I was finally able to compile a Linux program of mine for use of my
students (the few I didn't convert yet), and, after quite a bit of work,
When I run the program from Windows, I get a complaint that
'libintl-8.dll' is not found. It _is_ in \cygwin\bin - just in case, I
reinstalled it from setup.exe (Yesterday's version), same luck.
Just to be sure, I also reinstalled the entire Cygwin package with the
newer setup. Same thing.
I don't know how Windows would find the .dll in \cygwin\bin - which is
the mechanism? Don't I have to copy the dlls to \window\whatever? Or is
there some path coded in the .exe?
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