Static version of Cygwin DLL?
Andre Oliveira da Costa
Thu Dec 28 10:01:00 GMT 2000
thanks for all the posts. Now I understand that, even if there was a
libcygwin1.a, linking statically to it could bring me licensing problems. I
also learnt that, if I'm ok with dropping POSIX, I could use the -mno-cygwin
switch (in this case, I'd be Cygwin license-compliant, right?). I guess that
covers it all.
Thank you all for your time.
> Maybe this could be an acceptable workaround:
> On Fri, Nov 24, 2000 at 02:26:49AM -0600, Pirot, Thierry wrote:
> > http://www.xraylith.wisc.edu/~khan/software/gnu-win32/mno-cygwin-
> >hope this help,
> I don't think it will. This document tells you how to build an
> application that does not rely on cygwin in any way. Unless I'm missing
> something, this is not what was being asked for.
> The real answer is "You can't do that. Sorry."
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