[ANNOUNCEMENT] cygwin-1.1.5-6, mingw-20001103-1, w32api-20001103-1, gcc-2.95-4
Wed Nov 8 19:10:00 GMT 2000
you need make the latest/w32api and latest/mingw directories world
Christopher Faylor wrote:
> I've uploaded what I hope will be the final version of the Cygwin 1.1.5
> DLL to sources.redhat.com. It includes below fixes which are new since
> the original test version that I made available on 10/29 (time flies).
> In this version, I've broken out the mingw and w32api stuff into their
> own separate releases, which are downloadable as separate packages.
> The w32api include files will now be installed in /usr/include/w32api.
> I've modified gcc to look there also as long as you are not compiling
> with -mno-win32. The mingw libraries go to /usr/lib/mingw. The new
> version of gcc looks there first for mingw libraries when you specify
> Hopefully, this will allow you to use -mno-cygwin without pulling in
> cygwin's include files. It is still possible to pull in libcygwin.a
> though. I guess I have to figure out how to prevent that eventually.
> Please check this out and report to the cygwin list.
> - Fix problem when pty master does single character reads and sees a
> - mount --show-cygdrive-prefixes shows the text/binary mode for /cygdrive.
> (thanks to Jason Tishler)
> - connect returns the correct errno again. (thanks to Corinna Vinschen)
> - By popular demand the text for errno EAGAIN is no "Hit me again harder" (or
> something like that I don't remember exactly) (courtesy of Jason Tishler)
> - Various mysterious hangs and "wait_subproc" errors have been either eliminated
> or substantially reduced.
> - No longer require psapi.dll on Windows NT.
> - Any file which begins with a ".exe" magic number (e.g., a.out) is now
> considered executable.
> - _readlink returns ENOENT when a file does not exist.
> - Windows 95 socket errors have been eliminated or substantially reduced.
> (courtesy of Corinna Vinschen)
> - Problem with memory allocation and tapes has been eliminated. (Corinna)
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