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Re: DDD - cygwin -- what needed -- binaries

From: Tim Combs
Subject: Re: DDD - cygwin -- what needed -- binaries
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2001 08:21:08 -0500
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I built ddd on cygwin with only a couple of problems I haven't figured
out yet.   I took a stock cygwin install and added Xfree binaries and
compiled LessTif myself from the platform independent source.  Then
I downloaded the latest ddd source and compiled it without a hitch.
The only problem I encountered was that the source line arrow doesn't
show up. I haven't got back to it to figure it out yet.


On Tue, Oct 16, 2001 at 07:22:27PM -0400, Daniel Rosenzweig wrote:
> I've searched various groups, and seen various issues....
> I currently don't have much time to fiddle with a tool which may not 
> suit my needs. Are there any modern binaries available for ddd 
> which run on Cygwin?  Since I haven't downloaded every section of 
> Cygwin, which portions are required to run it?
> If I must compile ddd for myself -- what libraries etc would I need to 
> download first?
> I plan on using ddd on a PC to remotely debug an HPUX 11 
> machine. I plan on using ddd as a front end to gdb (actually wdb) 
> running on the HP box - which is also where the software to be 
> debugged is located. Currently, I'm running wdb with an Xserver on 
> my PC... the X traffic over the network isn't too quick.. especially 
> when working from home.
> Thanks
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> Daniel Rosenzweig
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