Hi,

is cygwin still supported anymore? the target seems to be present in the
Makefiles and I'd love to be able to use it. I'm running into what seems to
be a workable linker error:

$ make TARGET=cygwin
  LD      haproxy
src/http_act.o:http_act.c:(.rdata+0x340): multiple definition of
`.weak.ist_uc.'
src/ev_poll.o:ev_poll.c:(.rdata+0x20): first defined here
src/http_act.o:http_act.c:(.rdata+0x440): multiple definition of
`.weak.ist_lc.'
src/ev_poll.o:ev_poll.c:(.rdata+0x120): first defined here
src/raw_sock.o:raw_sock.c:(.rdata+0x0): multiple definition of
`.weak.ist_uc.'
src/ev_poll.o:ev_poll.c:(.rdata+0x20): first defined here
src/raw_sock.o:raw_sock.c:(.rdata+0x100): multiple definition of
`.weak.ist_lc.'
src/ev_poll.o:ev_poll.c:(.rdata+0x120): first defined here
src/proto_uxst.o:proto_uxst.c:(.rdata+0x560): multiple definition of
`.weak.ist_uc.___chkstk_ms'
src/mux_h2.o:mux_h2.c:(.rdata+0x800): first defined here
src/proto_uxst.o:proto_uxst.c:(.rdata+0x660): multiple definition of
`.weak.ist_lc.___chkstk_ms'
src/mux_h2.o:mux_h2.c:(.rdata+0x900): first defined here
src/ev_select.o:ev_select.c:(.rdata+0x20): multiple definition of
`.weak.ist_uc.'
src/ev_poll.o:ev_poll.c:(.rdata+0x20): first defined here
src/ev_select.o:ev_select.c:(.rdata+0x120): multiple definition of
`.weak.ist_lc.'
src/ev_poll.o:ev_poll.c:(.rdata+0x120): first defined here
src/http_conv.o:http_conv.c:(.rdata+0x60): multiple definition of
`.weak.ist_uc.'
src/ev_poll.o:ev_poll.c:(.rdata+0x20): first defined here
src/http_conv.o:http_conv.c:(.rdata+0x160): multiple definition of
`.weak.ist_lc.'
src/ev_poll.o:ev_poll.c:(.rdata+0x120): first defined here
src/http_acl.o:http_acl.c:(.rdata+0x280): multiple definition of
`.weak.ist_uc.'
src/ev_poll.o:ev_poll.c:(.rdata+0x20): first defined here
src/http_acl.o:http_acl.c:(.rdata+0x380): multiple definition of
`.weak.ist_lc.'
src/ev_poll.o:ev_poll.c:(.rdata+0x120): first defined here
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [Makefile:994: haproxy] Error 1

it feels like it's something trivial but I'm not versed enough to get a
hold on it. any help would be appreciated.

Regards,

Gil

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