Daniel Jacobowitz wrote:
On Wed, Aug 10, 2005 at 10:05:26AM -0700, Mark Mitchell wrote:
Christopher Faylor wrote:
This would conflict with my proposed changes to pex-win32.c . It seems
like getting '#!' functioning on mingw would be a better solution than
relying on $(LN) on mingw.
FWIW, I'm opposed to the "#!" change to MinGW. It just seems hackish to
me, and it means that we'll pay an additional cost on all normal uses of
pex-* on MinGW, even after the compiler is installed.
Not if it's implemented after CreateProcess fails, we won't. I don't
think your argument applies.
I still think it's a bad solution, though; it's imposing special
semantics for process execution in libiberty, rather than the normal
ones that you would expect from the OS.