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From "Frank McCreedy" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] problem compiling 2.0.47 on windows
Date Thu, 18 Sep 2003 05:41:43 GMT
Hate to answer my own question but in case someone else runs into this:

flex.exe was inserting the #include <unistd.h> into the .c file.  Turns out
the cygwin flex I was using was not the latest, upgrading it fixed the
problem (I wonder why cygwin installer doesn't give the latest packages?)



----- Original Message ----- 
From: Frank McCreedy
Subject: [users@httpd] problem compiling 2.0.47 on windows

Trying to compile 2.0.47 with SSL on windows 2000 using Visual Studio 6.
All goes well until

lex.ssl_expr_yy.c(602) : fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file:
'unistd.h': No such file or directory

>From what I've read "#include <unistd.h>" should be taken out when
configured on windows, but it looks like it isn't happening to

I'm pretty ignorant with c and this compiler as well, but is there an easy
way around this (I tried using the unistd.h from cygwin, no dice - also
tried manually deleting from the .c file, and it gets put back in) ?


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