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Re: Compiled programs fail to run from Cygwin Terminal, but work from windows cmd
Nice thought, but no, that's not it. The standard utilities behave
normally, only the things I compile myself stay schtumm.
On 22 June 2017 at 14:57, cyg Simple <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> STOP PRESS: in gdb, the output IS there:
>> User-PC-> gdb hello.exe
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>> Reading symbols from hello.exe...done.
>> (gdb) run
>> Starting program: /home/User/c_dir/hello.exe
>> [New Thread 6868.0x5b0]
>> [New Thread 6868.0x18dc]
>> [New Thread 6868.0x1990]
>> Hello, world!
>> [Thread 6868.0x1990 exited with code 0]
>> [Inferior 1 (process 6868) exited normally]
>> Which is dandy, but then why, outside of gdb, is there nothing at all?
>> Still stumped!
> Is your prompt overwriting the output of the program?
> $ hello | cat
> $ hello | grep ello
> cyg Simple
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