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SHA1:9396658a022bfe8153c369614cf211900684df55
Date: 2012-05-07 04:18:32
User: rkeene
Comment:Stopped use of -mno-cygwin as it has been removed from some Mingw32s
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2012-05-07
04:19 • Ticket [94cbea1378] MinGW kitsh error: -mno-cygwin status still Open with 4 other changes (user: rkeene) [details]
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2012-05-10
17:54
[33550a1dff] Updated to normalize CPU names

Added linux-i386 build target (user: rkeene, tags: trunk)

2012-05-07
04:18
[9396658a02] Stopped use of -mno-cygwin as it has been removed from some Mingw32s (user: rkeene, tags: trunk)
2012-05-06
22:38
[db8979348d] Updated patch for bug 2233954 to work with newer Tcl fossil trunk tip (user: rkeene, tags: trunk)
Changes

Modified kitsh/buildsrc/kitsh-0.0/aclocal.m4 from [ab8a5ebb9e] to [18efd0c5fc].

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	AC_CANONICAL_HOST
  
	AC_MSG_CHECKING(host operating system)
	AC_MSG_RESULT($host_os)
  
	case $host_os in
		mingw32*)
			CFLAGS="${CFLAGS} -mno-cygwin -mms-bitfields"
			WISH_CFLAGS="-mwindows"

			dnl If we are building for Win32, we need to define "BUILD_tcl" so that
			dnl TCL_STORAGE_CLASS gets defined as DLLEXPORT, to make static linking
			dnl work
			AC_DEFINE(BUILD_tcl, [1], [Define if you need to pretend to be building Tcl (Windows)])
			AC_DEFINE(BUILD_tk, [1], [Define if you need to pretend to be building Tk (Windows)])







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	AC_CANONICAL_HOST
  
	AC_MSG_CHECKING(host operating system)
	AC_MSG_RESULT($host_os)
  
	case $host_os in
		mingw32*)
			CFLAGS="${CFLAGS} -mms-bitfields"
			WISH_CFLAGS="-mwindows"

			dnl If we are building for Win32, we need to define "BUILD_tcl" so that
			dnl TCL_STORAGE_CLASS gets defined as DLLEXPORT, to make static linking
			dnl work
			AC_DEFINE(BUILD_tcl, [1], [Define if you need to pretend to be building Tcl (Windows)])
			AC_DEFINE(BUILD_tk, [1], [Define if you need to pretend to be building Tk (Windows)])