c++ and -mno-cygwin

Wed Dec 23 19:06:00 GMT 1998

I was getting this problem too...But then I compiled it with the -c flag to
get an .o file and then linked it with the -mno-cygwin flag(leaving the -mno-
cygwin off of the compiling command line) and it worked fine. (I find anything
that uses libstdc++.a has some problems unless I used -mno-cygwin when I

Hope this helps,
Jason Craig
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