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P.S I ran the make etc... for the CLHEP library and then at the end looked at the format of the files in the lib directory and they are all .a as opposed to .lib and this means that CYGWIN is not using Visual C++ to compile the code.
I have double checked my pathway in the batch file.. when you open up the batch file on its own it opens up in the command window and says what it should but when you open CYGWIN up in which it is supposed to call the batch file on opening nothing displays in the CYGWIN window..
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