>>> "Chris Hansen" <popeofpop@...> 05/30/01 07:32am >>>
MB> Both the mingw-runtime and w32api packages contain a file /include/excp=
MB> so causing a problem in deciding which to use, as they contain =
CHI> Or try both and pick whichever one works. Using 2.95.2-1, I have only
CHI> one file with this name, and it looks like a quick workaround for =
CH> No wonder you've only got one <excpt.h>. Either one overwrites the =
CH> when you install the MinGW and w32api headers.
Exactly this happens. The order of installing determines which one is in =
Both files define different things. Maybe it would be better to rename =
I think the one from the winapi package is the right one, because SEH is =
supported by gcc and this defines the _try/_except/... things to nothing.
On the other hand: The one from the MinGW package defines no _try/_except/.=
This will break programms which will use it and then the programer know =
is something to do.
Any comments from the MinGW gurus?
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