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From: "Paul Garceau" <pgarceau AT qwest DOT net>
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Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2001 16:20:50 -0700
Subject: Re: GCC -mno-cygwin vs mingw32-gcc cross environment.
Reply-to: Paul Garceau <pgarceau AT qwest DOT net>
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On 22 Apr 2001, at 10:36, the Illustrious Earnie Boyd wrote:

> Paul, see http://www.bartleby.com/61/54/D0145400.html for a definition
> of the word deprecate.

	Thanks Earnie...didn't know that was there.

>  As for the work in -mno-cygwin, I don't think
> the current maintainer would mind not having to support it any further.
> Besides it's a Cygwin specific and not a normal UNIX way of doing cross
> building.  MinGW is foreign wrt Cygwin and should be treated as any
> other foreign host/target.
> Earnie.


		Paul G.

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