[Spread-users] help building libtsp with mingw / g++ ?

Ivo ivolucien at yahoo.com
Thu Dec 1 15:14:45 EST 2005

Thanks for everyone's help. I resolved this a while ago and forgot to
reply here with my findings.

It turned out to be a combination of factors, which using -mno-cygwin
partially resolved, but ultimately I had to move everything to MSVC.
There were conflicts between the different threading libraries that
two other open source libraries require under cygwin. It's all
working now under MS' compiler, if only because everyone makes sure
their libraries work under it.



--- Jim Kleckner <jek-spread at kleckner.net> wrote:
> >./configure ; make.
> This works fine for cygwin.
> Have you tried it with "-mno-cygwin" to get mingw?
> i.e. a way to use cygwin gcc to build a windows native version.
> Is there a way to tell configure on cygwin to use mingw?
> It would probably need to be libspread not libtspread.
> Thanks - Jim
> >On 9/28/05, Ivo <ivolucien  at yahoo.com> wrote:
> >  
> >
> >>I've done more research and my import problems really seem to be
> >>compiler / library / linker issues with using MSVC to compile
> >>libtspread.lib and gcc & ld to compile and link my main project.
> >>
> >>Has anyone built a static Spread library using mingw or cygwin?
> I'm
> >>just looking for a good way to incorporate Spread into my cross
> >>platform gcc project. I tried "make arch-linux" and that failed
> with
> >>a "no rule to make target" error. Relatively clueless about
> 'make'
> >>frankly.
> >>    
> >>
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