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Re: vtable issue with cygwin 126.96.36.199? [Was: Re: vtable with snapshot >=20031123]
- From: Axel Naumann <axel-naumann at gmx dot de>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2003 11:50:03 +0100
- Subject: Re: vtable issue with cygwin 188.8.131.52? [Was: Re: vtable with snapshot >=20031123]
- Reply-to: axel at fnal dot gov
> >I ran into a problem with gcc 3.3.1, cygwin snapshots>=20031123 (at
> >least, probably also earlier versions).
> Like 1.5.5, for instance. This isn't specifically a cygwin snapshot
Okay, thanks for finding that out. Can I take this as an ack that it's a
Where do we go from here? I'm willing to help, but I need a pointer.
> 1) There was no cygwin 1.4*.
> 2) gcc 3.3.1 was released after cygwin 1.5.x.
Right. Okay. Fine. So I remember wrong. Sorry about that. I'm already on
the waiting list for a new memory implant.
[ To prevent us from getting annoyed here because we're not matching our
expectations: I guess what I anticipated as an answer was "it's a cygwin
issue, we'll let you know when we found the reason", or "might be a
cygwin one, look into <some source pointer> and see whether you can find
out what's going on", or rtfm / wrong list / any other means of education ]
Thanks for looking into this, Christopher!
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