> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Rik Faith [SMTP:faith@...]
> Gesendet am: Montag, 3. Dezember 2001 14:56
> An: Strohhaecker, Bernd
> Cc: dict-beta@...
> Betreff: Re: [dict-beta] dictd 1.5.5 under cygwin
> This only works on (many) unix systems and it's not surprising that the
> assumptions don't how for cygwin. We should check the assumptions and
> check that the length is something valid. On cygwin, it may be possible
> to ignore the environment and just compute the length of the argument
> list's memory.
Yes, ignoring the environment together with option '-dnofork', dictd will
> Some OSs also have a setproctitle or pstat function that can be used for
> this. Does cygwin?
I've no idea, except I didn't find them in /usr/include and subdirs.
If it's from interest for you, I can ask this in the cygwin list.