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Post is unread #1 Jun 23, 2002, 8:35 pm
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Pharas

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Samson you'll have to say yeah or nay on this, but theoretically you could print out a list of all the commands from afk.h or wherever. remove the bfd code and add in the stock commands code, then go through and add entries for all those missing. the newest version of cygwin has the libiberty.a lib but not the libiberty.h file needed. you could download the gcc source and compile yourself, because both of those files are machine independant. just a few ideas, have fun. I may work on it on my next weekend off, if i do manage to make it work maybe samson will give it a place on his site?
       
Post is unread #2 Jul 25, 2002, 12:45 am
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Sorry about the rather late reply to this, been hectic IRL lately preparing for MCP certifications etc. What exactly is it you're trying to tell me here? I'm not understanding. You saying Cygwin now has BFD support but lacks the libiberty.h file? If these 2 files are indeed machine independent, then including a libiberty.h file from any distribution which has one should work, yes? If this is indeed the case, I'd like to know ASAP so it can be included.

Just keep in mind - we do not support installations in Windows environments. Those of us doing the actual coding for AFKMud lack the time needed to provide this support.
       
Post is unread #3 Jul 25, 2002, 11:57 pm
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yeah it now has bfd.h, libbfd.a, libiberty.a, but no libiberty.h. i added a libiberty.h file got the mud to compile ok but when it went to link i received 2 or 3 errors that kept repeating. i can't remember what they are off the top of my head but i will check a keep you posted. i have some rl probs right now so working on this has taken a back seat.
       
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