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Old 07-29-2005, 02:09 AM   #1
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Missing headers (mqueue.h) / libraries in Cygwin


I'm currently stuck with a Windows machine for a while and I need to compile code I wrote in linux environment, so I installed Cygwin for this task.

However, I'm getting a few errors about a missing header - 'mqueue.h' . I find it weird because mqueue is the POSIX message queues header and Cygwin is supposed to be POSIX compatible.

Any ideas / solutions?


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