Phillip J. Eby writes:
>Perhaps I'm confused, but I have an old (>3 months) version of Cygwin, but
>when I installed the Win32 Python 2.1.1 release, I was able to build
>extension modules just fine using distutils, after I built an import
>library.  You shouldn't need VC++ to build Zope extensions,
>just distutils
>and gcc.  Be sure to use (the equivalent of):
>python211 build --compiler=mingw32

We are talking about a POSIX compatable WIN32 based Zope
that uses the Cygwin DLL for the POSIX layer.

The MingW32 compiled executables are normal Win32 programs
that don't know about <unistd.h> ect...



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