running .bat file in cygwin
Wed Jul 11 19:33:00 GMT 2012
"Note, fork requires the cygwin1.dll file. Are you prepared for that?"
thanks for your response. What got me notice is the above comment? Would
you please elaborate on that? The only reason I would be going through this
becuase i am working on parallel processing on my thesis. Currently, in my
code i have used thread with mingw environment. But in one part of the code
requires to use separate image for each function calls (thread function).
Unfortuanately, it is not working; it is taking the same image and
performing the calculation.
I have the theorotical konwledge on fork() from the OS classes. Do i need
to install any additional module to use fork() in my code? Any
documentation you may recomend prior to using cygwin with fork()? Or you
think it will be better to install linux in my laptop instead of using
> On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 12:26 PM, emon wrote:
>> Dear All,
>> I am a newbie in cygwin. However, I have used mingw so
>> but it is not supporting fork(), so I need to switch to cygwin. I have
>> created a build.bat file in my mingw (programming language C):
> Note, fork requires the cygwin1.dll file. Are you prepared for that?
>> gcc -o mask mask.c -pg -I/c/opencv/build/include -lopencv_core231
>> -lopencv_highgui231 -lopencv_imgproc231 -L.
>> Can anyone suggest me how I can run this .bat file at cygwin or refer me
>> a site.
> I've read all the other response, etc. However, if you want to use
> the .bat file you can do
> cmd /c build.bat
> take care that your PATH has all you need and note that /posix/paths
> don't 't work with MinGW gcc. But since you need fork() you'll need
> to use the Cygwin GCC anyway.
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