Mail Archives: cygwin-apps/2000/07/03/19:21:16
On Tue, Jul 04, 2000 at 09:17:54AM +1000, Robert Collins wrote:
>Chris, thanks for the answer & reference,
>To answer whether I am porting an application, yes I am continuing work
>on squid, (which is running happily under cygwin now), but the core
>developers are discussing using mmap or sysvshm for some upcoming
>development. The application - squid - does use the cygwin.dll at the
>moment, and I do not plan to attempt making a -nocygwin port at this
>stage. I am happy to be guided though - what list should I address
>further questions to?
This list is relatively general but I don't want it to become a place
where people think they have a captive audience of knowledgable people.
If you're porting an application to cygwin then it's an appropriate use
of the list.
I am, however, usually perplexed by questions of "is X implemented" when
it is relatively easy to look at the sources and decide. Or, you can
even do an "objdump -p" on cygwin1.dll to see if the function is
Why, as a last resort, you can even look at the project web page, which,
in this case, actually mentions "System V shared memory calls".
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