The implementation of popen().

Earnie Boyd earnie_boyd@yahoo.com
Fri Mar 10 06:45:00 GMT 2000


--- Jens Yllman <jens@uniweb.se> wrote:
>  Hi,
> 
>  It is strange how many answers came to this thread as soon as someone
> found something amusing in the text. What I meant was that popen() is
> depending on for instance fork(). And fork() is depending on some other
> functions. So I did not see any easy way to just take that code and try
> to use it in my code. And I did not at once see if there were a simple
> solutions to my problem. So that is why I asked here to see if anybody
> know something about this.
> 

Your question isn't related to using Cygwin, it is related to incorporating the
Cygwin source code into yours statically and that is off topic for this list. 
As far as I know, no one has yet taken the time to build Cygwin statically so
you're on your own in getting using the pieces and parts of the code into
yours.

Regards,

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