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Re: difference between cygwin32 and cygwin64 mounts breaks libtool
- From: cyg Simple <cygsimple at gmail dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Sun, 20 Nov 2016 14:01:13 -0500
- Subject: Re: difference between cygwin32 and cygwin64 mounts breaks libtool
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- References: <10970996.g4281J4DVJ@linuix.haible.de>
On 11/18/2016 7:15 PM, Bruno Haible wrote:
> Short summary:
> When a user has installed cygwin64 and the cross-compilation environment
> for compiling to 32-bit cygwin (i686-pc-cygwin-gcc et al.), then
> building (with --host=i686-pc-cygwin) a package that creates a shared
> library and a program that uses this shared library - in different
> source directories - makes use of libtool features: The uninstalled program
> (i.e. the program in the build tree) is a wrapper program (built by libtool)
> that sets up PATH so that the real program should find the (uninstalled)
> shared library before invoking the real program.
> This works when building outside of C:\cygwin64 (for example, in
> C:\Users\bruno), but it does not work when building inside C:\cygwin64
> (for example, in C:\cygwin64\home = /home). In this case, the uninstalled
> program exits with exit code 127. When this uninstalled program is run
> in a cmd.exe window, it prints a diagnostic message that mentions which
> shared library it could not find.
This is a long standing collision and I don't think you'll be able to
get it to work as you want. You might want to discuss with libtool list.
> Short question:
> Is there a way to configure the mounts of the 32-bit cygwin subsystem
> and the mounts of the 64-bit cygwin so that this will work also in /home?
Short answer is no. You're best scenario might be to have differing
/home paths and symlink the common files in one of them. Otherwise
you're likely to end up with PATH that is overlapping and that doesn't work.
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