cygwin bughunt (FAQ alert?)

Igor Pechtchanski pechtcha@cs.nyu.edu
Tue Jan 25 21:59:00 GMT 2005


On Tue, 25 Jan 2005, David Dindorp wrote:

> Cristopher Faylor wrote:
> > Actually, we do.  We provide the source code.  It's easy to build.
>
> On your particular system which is tuned to do precisely this, maybe.
> If it's as easy as you say, I'll spend some more time on it.
>
> > Have you even tried it?
>
> No.  For a couple of reasons.
> [snip]
> 3. I had no idea of the "--enable-debugging" option that creates a
> debug version, or any of the other requirements for making the source
> compile (I'm sure there exists some).

Umm, that was my bad.  The thing is, "--enable-debugging" really produces
a developer debug version, with extra tracing, etc.  If all you want is a
version of DLL with all the symbols (i.e., unstripped), the regular build
produces that as well.
	Igor
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