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Did somebody tried to write a simple, or maby a more sophisticated driver, and
compile it with GCC from MinGW32 packet ?
I'm developing a simple COM port driver to share it over a ethernet connection
and I'd like to compile it with GCC since this is my favourite compiler. But
when I compile and link it nothing happedns. I mean, the driver gets stuck when
I try to install it with INSTDRV.EXE (by Prasad Dabak & Sandeep Phadke).
On the other hand, gcc from MinGW32 is sensitive to the position of source files
in command line. When I put them at the beginning of the cmdline it works fine,
but when I try to put them at the end before the -o parameter (as I always do
when I compile things for my ColdFire board under Cygwin) the compiler ignores
most of the parameters that I've put before the source file name.
Is this a bug?
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