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Windows doesn't provide netinet/tcp. Or else to let cygwin do the porting and introduce a dependency on cygwin.Org iD8dbqfd41hW84KuGfsfayaraofyAKChjBtqWEyCXUvnqPyRNvVwTE3wACgzwTe ikvK4f2rwYx7Wpdrduge6uU CfBI -END PGP signature- - Unsubscribe info: m/ml unsubscribe-simple download Problem reports: m/ml Documentation: c2000 DOWNLOAD TOOL m/ml FAQ: m/faq/ windows - Unsubscribe info: m/ml unsubscribe-simple Problem reports: m/ml Documentation: m/ml FAQ: m/faq/. Your choices are to do some heavy porting to what windows actually does provide, h because Microsoft doesn't believe in following standards such as posix.

 

But there is no requirement that you must download every single package provided at m to use cygwin. - - Life is short - so eat dessert first! Eric Blake -begin PGP signature- Version: GnuPG v (Cygwin) Comment: Public key at g Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird - zdev. However, mingw cannot support as many headers as cygwin, because it is cygwin doing the translation from posix semantics to windows. Discussing mingw compilation is somewhat off-topic on this list, as it more properly belongs on the mingw list. I have a very basic question. There is a tool Driftnet available only for Unix. I want to write it for I Windows making a few improvements as a part of my Master's thesis. Is there any way you can simply keep the required files (say in my case netinet/tcp. H) on your system and don't need to keep entire cygwin package. No - headers are provided by the system for a reason - compiling against headers means that your program must run on the system that provided those. This is the mail archive of the cygwin mailing list for the, cygwin project. From : "Amruta" amruta_t25 at rediffmail dot com To : cygwin at cygwin dot com, date : -0000.

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There is a tool download Driftnet available only for Unix. I beg to download differ. Top-posting reformatted: m/acronyms tofu I am new to Cygwin. A minimal cygwin installation is just a few megabytes; cygwin1.dll itself is currently 1.8 meg (actually,) basically it doesn't make sense if people have to install 100s of MB of files for running the tool. Re-adding cygwin mailing list: m/acronyms ppiospe, i haven't done a minimal install lately to see how much really IS. I have a very basic question. Windows doesn't provide netinet/tcp. H because Microsoft doesn't believe in following standards such as posix. 100s of MB? Your choices are to do some heavy porting to what windows actually does provide, or else to let cygwin do the porting and introduce a dependency on cygwin. I want to write it for I Windows making a few improvements as a part of my Master's thesis.