OK, will fall back to previous mingw.
On 13-Nov-2012 11:26, the Adib wrote:
please note: you must not use the original mingw from sourceforge but
The difference is the stack model; we use TDM-gcc sjlj whereas the
original gcc use the dw2 model.
You can only link libraries using same model.
Except that has never been the case in my experience. I have always
used the mingw from
sourceforge and it has worked fine. (Well, except until the Mingw
upgrade that brought
in the 4.7.2 compiler.) In build.xml there is a reference to an
Other than linking to that dll, how else does the compiler know what
type of exception
handling to use, compiler or switch maybe?
Is it maybe the case that gcc 4.7.2 for windows finally changed from
sjlj to dw2
exception handling and that is what is breaking things?
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