Re: squid on Windows NT Server

From: Rodel T. Viado <>
Date: Sat, 20 Jun 1998 17:19:08 +0800 (CST)

Have you tried MingWin32, it does away with cygwin32.dll (emulated system
calls, it uses crtdll.dll), though the author says it works great together
with GNU-Win32 Tools.

I havent tried MingWin32 but it claims that it creates executables
as you would expect a Win32 compiler would. Can be used as a replacement

The author says that he started this out of frustration from executables
that depends on cygwin32b.dll

> I tried.
>It is possible to compile and run Squid 1.2beta on NT using Cygnus
>GNU-Win32 b19.2, but the performance seems to be very poor. I can only
>do very limited testing since I loose most of my tools when I reboot
>into NT (I only have one usable machine), so your results may be
>Henrik Nordström
>Sparetime Squid Hacker
>Martin Tunn wrote:
> Did I see sometime back, someone was trying out squid for NT
> Martin Tunn
Received on Sat Jun 20 1998 - 01:39:57 MDT

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