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Re: [Mingw-msys] HAVE_SETMODE

Charles Wilson-8 wrote:
>> Any pointers on how I can fix this?
> Sure -- don't use MSYS-1.0.11.  That's *very* old; we're up to 1.0.16
> now.  'Course, we no longer provide a monolithic installer for either
> MinGW or MSYS, so you need to use the 'mingw-get' installer tool, or its
> point-n-click GUI wrapper mingw-get-inst:
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/Automated%20MinGW%20Installer/mingw-get-inst/mingw-get-inst-20101030/
> and it should Do The Right Thing for you (e.g. it will install, as
> directed, the necessary components of /both/ MSYS and MinGW).  You
> probably want to pick "MinGW" and the "MinGW Developer Toolkit" along
> with the "MSYS Base System". This is easy in the GUI, but if you want to
> use the cmdline tool:
> 	mingw-get install mingw msys-base mingw-dtk
> FWIW, I vaguely remember some fix related to 100% CPU on W7, added back
> in the msys-1.0.13 days, I think.  So, I'm pretty sure using the new(er)
> MSYS will be a strict improvement for you.

You're right, just installed it and it seems to work.

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