----- Original Message -----
From: "Greg Kempe" <surprisinglysore@...>
Sent: Monday, April 28, 2003 4:48 PM
Subject: [Mingw-users] Missing sys/wait.h
> Hello all
> I'm relatively new to MinGW and at the moment I'm trying to build GPGME
> into a .dll (perhaps naivley - hey, you've got to aim high :). I've
> discovered that my version of MinGW/MSys lacks include/sys/wait.h. I've
> done some googling and have found discussions of MinGW projects that
> refer to sys/wait.h so I'm guessing it should be in there somewhere.
> Is my version of MinGW deficient? Where can I get sys/wait.h - for that
> matter, should I have it already?
No. As far as I can tell sys/wait.h declares POSIX functions like wait() and
waitpid(), but since Windows does not have these functions MinGW has no
header for them. The code just needs to be changed to use a Windows
> I've got:
> MinGW 2.0.0
> MSys 1.0.8
> w32api 2.3
> mingw runtime 2.4
> binutils 2.13.90
> Any tips would be appreciated.
> Greg Kempe http://www.kempe.net/greg