dll-problems

Jens Yllman jens@uniweb.se
Thu Mar 30 22:26:00 GMT 2000


 I don't know exactly how cygwin is linked to the .exe. But it is
probably as I call it staticly. Which means that the system loads it for
you on startup. And the system looks in the enviroment variable PATH. If
it is not there then you can not start the program. I think WinNT also
looks in the current directory and the /winnt/system32 even if not in
the PATH.

 Jens Yllman

Rickard Fahlquist wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> When I compiled a code, which compiled OK, and tried to run the
> resulting .exe-file, my WinNT complained and couldn´t find cygwin1.dll.
> It looked in the wrong paths even though I configured Gcc with the
> correct path where cygwin1.dll can be found. What do I do wrong?
> /Rickard
> 
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