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Old 07-09-2014, 10:51 AM   #1
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xtermcontrol 2.10 and 3.2 on Cygwin64 on a windows 7 platform

Has anyone been successful with xtermcontrol version 3.2 on Cygwin64 on a windows 7 platform?

I am able to configure and make the executable, but I get the error "Read: Resource temporarily unavailable." when I execute xtermcontrol --get-geometry.

If this is not an appropriate place to ask the question, please direct me to a better place. Thanks.


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