On Thu, 18 Jan 2001, Earnie Boyd wrote:
> Danny Smith has discovered that these functions as prototyped in wchar.h
> aren't exported from msvcrt.dll they are instead exported from
> Microsoft's STL runtime which is currently msvcp60.dll. My decision on
> this is to wrap the definition of these functions with a `#ifdef
> __cplusplus' since the msvcp60.dll is readily available from the net for
Could you or Danny please send me some more info. Evidently, I missed the
earlier part of this thread, and don't quite know which exports you're
> Mumit, this affects GCC in that we should support msvcp60.dll from g++.
> Yes I know that we have the stdc++3 library but in pure Minimalist form
> we need to use the MSVC STL as the default and allow a -mstdc++ switch
> to override it. Also in support of the MS STL I think we should specs
> declare __MSVCP__=60.
The only exports we can use are the C based ones, and GNU C++ runtime
library (v3) configuration will pick those out. We can't use MSVC STL
or any part of the C++ runtime library, but of course you already know
> Danny, can you provide an exports .def file for msvcp60.dll?
Couldn't find the thread after a quick browse in the mingw-dvlpr list
on sourceforge. More info please.