Using cygwin to make C++ DLL's to link with MSVC++
Fri Jan 26 11:16:00 GMT 2001
Is there any way you could try compiling the code
using Intel's C++ compiler?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Leo Liberti" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, January 26, 2001 12:31 PM
Subject: RE: Using cygwin to make C++ DLL's to link with MSVC++
> Thanks to everyone who lent a hand.
> Just to summarize what the situation is (for
> future reference in case somebody asks something
> 1) I had software written in C++ and tested (and
> working) with GNU c++ compiler
> 2) It wouldn't compile with MS VC++ 6.0 because
> of an INTERNAL COMPILER ERROR (probably a bug
> in the microsoft compiler).
> 1) compile and link DLLs with CygWin32:
> not a viable solution because of mangling
> C++ name schemes incompatibility between
> microsoft and everyone else's binary object
> 2) compile and link DLLs with UWin:
> not a viable solution because it implicitely
> calls CL.EXE (microsoft C++ compiler
> command line executable) which of course
> fails with its internal bug.
> 3) external solutions, like mks:
> not tested because
> it seems to me that they actually integrate
> a unix-like environment with CL.EXE,
> substantially similar to solution 2, already
> 4) follow CL.EXE error message and contact M$
> not possible because the website for technical
> support actually consists of a list of prices:
> do we have to pay M$ to tell them their
> software have bugs?
> Final recommendation:
> Dump CL.EXE, dump the whole OS, forget
> it ever existed and go on developing in
> more reasonable environments.
> Again, thanks for your help.
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