----- Original Message -----
From: "Devin Smith" <devin99@...>
Sent: Monday, December 30, 2002 9:14 AM
Subject: [Mingw-users] Single Threaded vs. Multithreaded.
> Visual C++ offers the ability to create applications
> using single threaded or multithreaded DLL run times.
> By default, projects start with the single threaded run
> time option. What does GCC start in and what command
> would allow you to change to ST or MT?
> Also, long ago mingw came in too flavors. One with the CRTDLL
> run time and another with the MSVCRT runtime. I thought that
> Mingw32 had migrated to the newer MSVCRT run time but
> when I ran my project through gdb it trys to get the line numbers
> for C:/WINNT/System32/crtdll.dll. Is my program still using this
> runtime instead of MSVCRT?
No it isn't, but if your program is linked to some other XYZ.DLL and that
DLL is linked to CRTDLL, then GDB would try to load symbols for it.
> Thanks in advance,