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vrf Usimg UNIX only I/O under Windows

Question asked by hansolofalcon on Oct 23, 2002
Hello from Gregg C Levine
Here's a thought that's running out of left field. Can the Cygwin POSIX
layer be used to convince VEE to use that DLL for the UNIX only I/O?
Such as StdIn, or StdOut, or StdErr. I'm not the one to code the beast,
since I barely understand how Cygwin manages to fool Windows into
thinking otherwise, but surely someone else on the list, has that
knowledge. Or, since there is supposed to be an emulation layer tucked
into VEE for normal functions, the UNIX I/O could be tacked on, as an
after thought. Named Pipes I'd leave to Cygwin support, even though I
don't think they support it, either. I still haven't figured out what
purpose those I/O points are used for, when VEE is running on a
workstation that's running HP/UX, though.
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