g77 -mno-cygwin I/O problems in bash
Tue Nov 28 13:03:00 GMT 2000
Earnie Boyd wrote:
> --- Michael Lemke <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I've recently upgraded my b20 installation to the latest net release. I am
> > really impressed. Great job!
> > Here's a problem though that wasn't there in the b20 release. Consider this
> > simple prog:
> > Work> cat test.f
> > character string*20
> > read( 5 , '(a)' ) string
> > print *, string
> > end
> > If I compile this with
> > g77 -mno-cygwin test.f
> > and run it in a bash window the program never reads the input
> > from the keyboard. Run in a simple MS-DOS window the prog works
> > correctly. The same also happens with READ(*,'(A)') ...
> > However,
> > echo otto | ./a
> > does work in bash.
> > Oh, to make Fortran work at all with mingw I copied libg2c.a from
> > Mumit Khan's site as that was the only mingw version I could find.
> > However, the stuff there does not seem to be the same that comes
> > with the net release in the /usr/lib/mingw directory.
> > Any ideas?
> As for the read problem, how is your CYGWIN environment variable set? You
> can't communicate properly with non-Cygwin programs with tty mode set.
It isn't set at all.
> As for MinGW specific libraries, I will eventually get a round tuit. The
> w32api and the mingw runtime are now released as separate packages from Cygwin
> and when the update happens the list will be informed.
Is there a way that I can compile the stuff myself? I still don't see what I need to
to do so. Plain gcc package won't do I suppose.
And how does mingw as it comes with the net release relate to what is
on www.mingw.org? Are these separate projects? I really find this
What I really like to do is build executables *under cygwin* that run without
cygwin1.dll. I am not really interested in having a gcc (executable) that works
Thanks for any insight,
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