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Fri Jun 29 23:36:00 GMT 2001
> Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2001 16:53:52 -0400
> From: Christopher Faylor <email@example.com>
> Since Cygwin is supposed to emulate Windows, there shouldn't be much
> difference between the way UNIX does it and the way Cygwin does it.
If you can do that without losing features, then it's of course okay.
But losing features in the name of greater Unix compatibility is IMHO
a grave mistake. It will prevent many Windows users from using Cygwin
tools as a development platform for Windows programs. Likewise,
waiting indefinitely for the ``right'' solution to surface and in the
meantime rejecting a less ``right'' but nevertheless clean solution,
is also a mistake.
However, this is not something to be discussed on the GDB list.
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