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ID: 21245, Installing the Cygwin Toolset in Borland C++ BuilderX

by Daniel Horn Email: Anonymous

This paper shows how to add a new toolset, Cygwin, to Borland C++ Builder X.

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Borland C++ BuilderX (BCBX) includes a powerful IDE in which a developer can add an arbitrary collection of tools, a toolset, with which to build their projects. We will take a specific toolset, Cygwin, and add it to BCBX under Windows.  
Using an existing toolset as a model, it is a fairly straightforward procedure to add a new toolset. The basic procedure is to copy the set of configuration files for an existing toolset that is similar to your new toolset and modify them.  
What follows is a brief description of my experiences doing this, some of the additional details you will need to know to work successfully with Cygwin, as well as a few things to watch out for.

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