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Re: X11 and MINGW32
- To: "Mumit Khan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Dr. John F. Haddon" <JF_HADDON@DERA.GOV.UK>
- Subject: Re: X11 and MINGW32
- From: "Suhaib M. Siddiqi" <Ssiddiqi@InspirePharm.Com>
- Date: Mon, 8 Mar 1999 12:44:34 -0500
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>> 2) How to compile X11R6.4 with the -mno-cygwin flag. (I can compile
>> under CYGWIN but not with the -mno-cygwin flag).
>However, Suhaib posted a reference to a x11.lib just a few days ago
>the mailing list archive http://sourceware.cygnus.com/cygwin/). You may
>want to check that out.
Here are the links to xforms and X11R6.3 libraries for MSVC and MingW32
(probably will work with MinW32).
The Windows Native and Cygwin-B20 ports of X-forms are in:
If you decide to X11R6.3 libraries, I will suggest get the Xform itself
too. Xform contains many useful DLLs and libs which can be used with
It is possible to compile X11R6.x libraries on your NT, but not
with -mno-cygwin option in Cygwin and MingW32. PGI compilers (pgCC)
worked in my hands
with a combination of -msvcrt and -Munix options. If you want to build
a X11R6.x library yourself, you will need PGI Workstation, MingW32 will
I hope this will help.
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