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Re: Problems with "Hello, World!"




On Sat, 23 Mar 2019 09:33:10, Houder  wrote:
> On Sat, 23 Mar 2019 09:16:53, Houder  wrote:
> 
> > Q: where is your compiler (gcc)? Evidently you are not using the compiler
> > from the 64-bits setup ...
> > 
> > Btw, you are using an old version of Cygwin (cygwin1.dll) ... Why do you
> > not update (while also installing the 64-bits version of the compiler).
> > 
> > I may be wrong though (as I only skimmed your posts and the cygcheck.out
> > file).

Vesa,

As an aside ...

>From setup.ini belonging to the 64-bits setup of Cygwin:

@ cygwin32-gcc-core
sdesc: "GCC for Cygwin 32bit toolchain (C, OpenMP)", i.e. compiler

    to be used on the 64-bits setup of C., which generates code to be used on
    the 32-bits setup of C.

>From setup.ini belonging to the 32-bits setup of Cygwin:

@ cygwin64-gcc-core
sdesc: "GCC for Cygwin 64bit toolchain (C, OpenMP)", i.e. compiler

    to be used on the 32-bits setup of C., which generates code to be used on
    the 64-bits setup of C.

Yes, normally one would use "gcc-core" on the 64-bits setup of C. to generate
code to be used on the 64-bits setup of C.

Likewise for the 32-bits setup of C.

Henri


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