Re: git on 64bit windows - state of the art?

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Jon,

This is a known issue. I have since a long time left Windows world but I
still have some notes to "fix" this:

>From the ash shell (be sure that no Cygwin process are still running):

$ rebaseall
$ peflagsall

Try your command again. If it still doesn't work, try instead:
$ rebaseall -b 0x50000000 -o 0x80000
or -b 0xNNNN0000 where NNNN is any hex number between 2000 and 7000.
The -o option tell to leave more space between the dlls, it may also
help. It did in my case.

If you are curious, look at /usr/share/doc/Cygwin/rebase-3.0.README
for more explanation.


Hope this helps.

Pascal.

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