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From: "Gary R. Van Sickle" <g DOT r DOT vansickle AT worldnet DOT att DOT net>
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Subject: RE: multiple mirror code && setup HEAD
Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2001 06:01:46 -0600
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> > One problem I am having Rob is with inilex.l.  It's getting a
> '#include
> > <cstdlib>' put in it from somewhere, which I don't have, AFAICT
> through no fault
> > of my own (should I have this?).  A quick change to stdlib.h cures it
> of
> > course....
>
> Uhh? No idea :]. are you cross-compiling/building native?

Building on cygwin-on-XP with all the cygwin stuff.  Looks like a problem with
my setup, I do actually have it in /usr/include/g++-3, but that's not on my
GCC's include path for some reason.  False alarm, sorry! ;-)

--
Gary R. Van Sickle
Brewer.  Patriot.


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