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Old 18 November 2008, 15:19   #27
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I know you figured it out, the previous comment was not intended to be an insult but a counter to your assertion that Cygwin/gcc was the cause, which it wasn't. The error directive remains a mystery then, it works fine for me with both gcc 3 and 4.

Let's not worry about that stuff now because it works!!!
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