This patch hopefully makes both dynamic and static compilation under Cygwin possible again (at least, I tried both under Unix and under Cygwin). The main changes are: - almost all dependencies are now in configure.in; it defines MOD_EXPORT, MOD_IMPORT_VARIABLE and MOD_IMPORT_FUNCTION that are put by mkmakemod.sh into *.mdh files - dllwrap is now using --export-all-symbols. Else the problem with setup_, etc became just way too messy and I did not have enough guts :-) It means, that missing mod_export's won't be noticed anymore. - I removed --dllname. It does not appear to do what I expected and I wait some clarification (hopefully) from Cygwin list. (I was afraid, that if we have two modules foo1/bar.dll and foo2/bar.dll system may not like it. But dllname does not appear to be used for imported name resolution - or I do not know how to do it). Question - should I remove --export-all-symbols? With this option cygwin becomes so much like a Unix, that I was even tempted to remove special case from configure.in :>-) -andrej Have a nice DOS! B >> P.S. Post-1.1.4 cygwin appears to be broken to the extent, that multios hangs and CPU load goes high. Just to warn you :-) P.P.S. I compiled in the Peter's icon. Wow! At least, now I really see where is my Zsh shortcut :-)) Probably, we could post the question to zsh-users or even c.u.s. But icon is pretty usable as is already!
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