On Monday 05 March 2007 14:52, ml41782 wrote:
> I tried changes in the path statements and anything else I could
> think of. I finally just re-installed both msys & MinGW. Everything
> seems to be working now.
> I'm not sure what the issue was.
And I guess we never will discover the answer, now. Since reinstalling
seems to have fixed the problem, it's apparent that your original
installation was faulty.
> [Lots of old, and partly relevant context, following top posted
> message, snipped]
Please DON'T TOP POST on this, or indeed on any internet mailing list;
copy only the relevant context, to which you wish to respond, quote it,
and interleave your replies, (as I have done here). Top posting is a)
lazy; b) bad manners; c) poor `netiquette'; d) counter productive.
In case you wonder `why (d)?', please consider that I administer and
contribute to this project on an entirely voluntary basis. I am a busy
man, and simply don't have time to waste, trying to unravel context in
top posted messages. I've raised this issue too often already; for
those of you out there, who persistently ignore my requests that you
don't top post, (and I'm not just singling out ml41782 here), please
consider the following:
If you are too lazy to accede to my request, then I don't have the time
to unravel the mess; I'm simply not going to reply to any more top
posted messages, and YOU are going to lose out, if I happen to be the
best placed to respond to any of your questions contained therein.