I've discovered that in MSYS, the -I parameter of GCC
doesn't work correctly. The / directory points to
C:\, but the /c/ directory doesn't exist in GCC.
Read the whole story there:
Basically OpenXDK is a package to develop homebrew
applications on a modded Xbox. It contains include
files and one app, CXBE, to convert the EXE file
(created by GCC) to a valid XBE (the executable
format of Xbox).
So far, bugs I've uncovered doesn't seem to be the
cause of OpenXDK since it works in Cygwin.
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