Description: Cygwin is a collection of tools which provide a Linux look and feel environment for Windows using a DLL (cygwin1.dll) which acts as a Linux API layer providing substantial Linux API functionality.
1.7.34 Development Test 1 (2015-02-07): Changed to a hopefully more reliable mirror. Updated the terminal startup script based on the latest Cygwin changes.
1.7.32 Development Test 1 (2014-09-10): Changed the mirror protocol from FTP to HTTP for downloading packages.
1.7.28 Development Test 1 (2014-02-13): Removed md5 hash to disable file integrity check of the Cygwin installer after downloading it. This helps for not updating the portable version everytime a new version of Cygwin gets released.
1.7.27 Development Test 1 (2013-12-20): Added a 32bit version. Yay!
1.7.25 Development Test 3 (2013-11-24): Changed the Cygwin mirror and configured the setup to run without needing administrator privileges. Also updated the MD5 checksum because it seems the Cygwin setup.exe file has been changed/updated although no new version was released.
1.7.25 Development Test 2 (2013-10-14): Correct the MD5 checksum.
1.7.25 Development Test 1 (2013-10-06): Update Cygwin to 1.7.25.
Development Test 9 (2013-08-12): Update Cygwin to 1.7.23.
Development Test 8 (2013-07-22): Update Cygwin to 1.7.22 64bit.
Development Test 7 (2013-06-09): Various small tweaks.
Development Test 6 (2013-03-30): Upgrade won't overwrite existing cygwin files. Cygwin setup.exe and packages will be downloaded during the installation process.
Development Test 5 (2012-12-29): Fixed issue with wrong relative path →
Development Test 4 (2012-12-28): Prevent deleting the home directory when upgrading
Development Test 3 (2012-12-27): Fixed issue regarding spaces in the path →
Development Test 2 (2012-12-12): Minor improvements →
Development Test 1 (2012-12-10): Initial release