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Yes I mean things like iostream.h ;-)
As far as I tested it, the backward compatibility is not working properly, and
I can't update all the code I need to build.
Thank you for the "cygwin time machine"
I earlyer spent a lot of time looking for such a tool
and found an efficient script called cygrollback
I get from Steve Munson, that require to still have the original cygwin
The problem is that no cygwin gcc-2.95.* or previous version ever suported shared
libraries like gcc-2.95.3-8 does,
(included mumit khan's gcc-2.95.2 for cygwin)
what I am missing is how to have gcc-2.95.3-8 include the right headers.
I realise it turns to a gcc question, and I will ask it where required.
To be honest I wouldn't mind to use the -mno-cygwin flag, and since minGW users
are more likely to use the mingw gcc-2.95.3-8 build, under a cygwin environment,
than the average gcc user,
I wish I may have some help here.
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