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(/dev/dsp problems -- Gerd take note)
- From: Gerd dot Spalink at t-online dot de (Gerd Spalink)
- To: "'cygwin-developers at cygwin dot com'" <cygwin-developers at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Sat, 12 Jun 2004 11:40:59 +0200
- Subject: (/dev/dsp problems -- Gerd take note)
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- Reply-to: "Gerd dot Spalink at t-online dot de" <Gerd dot Spalink at t-online dot de>
I saw the discussion about /dev/dsp today.
I never tried dup on it, but I agree that it should work.
Currently, I have no opinion how to fix it, but I will look at the problem.
IMO, Igor's test case (dsp_dup_close.c) should be added to
the test suite, once it works.
From: Corinna Vinschen [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Donnerstag, 10. Juni 2004 14:04
Subject: Re: time for 1.5.11? (/dev/dsp problems -- Gerd take note)
On Jun 9 22:46, Christopher Faylor wrote:
> Just one: Is there any hope for Red Hat actually giving you an
> assignment? Or is that still stalled?
I saw the mail Igor has sent to Rose yesterday for the first time.
Obviously nothing happened so far. I'm going to try to push this
> I asked Red Hat's legal dept to look over the cygwin assignment form a
> couple of months before I left to see if it could be made more better.
> I think Corinna has carried on the fight. As you all know, however,
> Cygwin is far from a core interest of Red Hat's. Even still the VP I
> was talking to was really a great guy and very responsive on other
> matters, so there is always hope, I guess.
Yeah, exactly. There's hope. Always. Sometimes it's everything you get.
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