Andy Piper <andyp(a)bea.com> wrote:
This seems to be improved in cygwin 1.3.1 but not totally fixed. Does
to a cygwin rather than XEmacs bug though....
Given the various possible permutations of cygwin installs, isn't
there a way to determine the cygwin variant (e.g., overall cygwin
version, version of cygwin DLL, etc.)? There's got to be a correlation
between "cygwin works" and "cygwin doesn't work", and the cygwin
that users are using.
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