I tried using Cygwin's 'make', but it comes up with an error saying 'command not found'. Apparently, "Compiling under Cygwin is no longer supported. Only MinGW is known to work". I got this piece of information after a bit of trawling through the Cygwin mailing list. :)...

Reiterating my earlier question, how/where do I set (add) the PATH in MinGW to /MinGW/libexec/gcc/mingw32/3.4.5?

Kriti

Greg Chicares <chicares@cox.net> wrote:
On 2007-07-03 01:26Z, Kriti Chauhan wrote:
> I'm having trouble compiling a program on Cygwin using MinGW's make.

If you're using cygwin, then why don't you use cygwin's 'make'?

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