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Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2001 12:31:22 -0500
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From: "Larry Hall (RFK Partners, Inc)" <lhall AT rfk DOT com>
Subject: Re: attn: which, bzip2,gzip maintainers (was Re: some problems
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At 05:42 AM 11/30/2001, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>On Thu, Nov 29, 2001 at 05:56:57PM -0800, Paul G. wrote:
> > then, and if I understand current philosophy of Cygwin correctly, Cygwin has expanded to be installable and useable on 
> > both *nix (including Linux) and Win32api based platforms.  Of course, the *nix users don't have the benefit of setup.exe 
>I didn't know that Cygwin runs under several flavors of Unix.  AFAIK,
>it's calling Win32 API functions but I could be wrong...

Well, Corinna, since you are a newbie, it's OK that you don't know this.
I mean, having so little to do with Cygwin, you can't be expected to know
internal information like this intimately... wait, your Corinna Vinschen,
right?  *The* Corinna Vinschen?  Cygwin developer for years now?  Hm, 
well then that changes the picture significantly.  If you say Cygwin 
runs on Windows platforms only and calls Win32 APIs, I believe you! ;-)


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