c++ and -mno-cygwin

Serguei DACHIAN Serguei.Dachian@univ-lemans.fr
Tue Dec 22 18:38:00 GMT 1998


Hi everybody.

Trying to compiling the simplest c++ program "Hello world"
 > #include <iostream.h>
 >
 > int main ()
 > {
 >    cout << "Hello world." << endl;
 >    return 0;
 > }
with the flag "-mno-cygwin" (just lile "g++ -mno-cygwin hello.cpp") fails
with lots of undefined references in "libstdc++.a".  Apparently it is
impossible to use this flag with g++/c++, but only with gcc.  Is it a bug or
an intention??? Is there any workarround [ except rewriting the program in C
:-))) ].

Thanks in advance for any help.

Serguei.
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