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Re: [Mingw-users] libFLAC, getopt, Mingw, Msys




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On 10/08/16 18:33, DAVENPORT, MARC wrote:
> I'm trying to build libFLAC 1.3.1 with msys and configure but when
>  I run make it chokes because I don't have getopt installed. Is 
> getopt provided in any Mingw or msys packages? I can't seem to find
> anything useful on the web or where to download this shell 
> extension for msys. Please advise. Thanks.

We are not clairvoyant; you need to SHOW us the error messages from
make. How are we supposed to know what you might mean by "I don't have
getopt installed"?  Is it the shell utility getopt which is missing, or
the runtime library function of that name, (which you MUST have, if you
have a properly installed MinGW)?  Or are you trying to build in MSYS,
as an MSYS application, WITHOUT installing MinGW?  If so, you probably
should not be doing this.

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Regards,
Keith.

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