I would suggest being sure the code you are trying to compile under cygwin,
builds under straight Linux first.
I tried building Racket under cygwin end of Nov./Dec. unsuccessfully. In
#racket they told me I was on my own.So I switched to straight Linux (Ubuntu
10.10) and in the end got just the
I have a student who's trying to compile DrRacket for Windows using cygwin, and
I have two questions:
1) Is using cygwin to build from source expected to work?
2) It looks like the cygwin build expects UNIX-style line endings, is that
On Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 5:03 PM, Stephen Chang stch...@ccs.neu.edu wrote:
I tried once and got some problems. I dont remember exactly what went
wrong, but I think the problem might have been with my cygwin install.
I think it's expected to work. Here is a paragraph from the README file:
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