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Fix: get_cross_building_settings for MSYS #4390

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closes: #4315

Changelog: Fix: get_cross_building_settings for MSYS
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@tags: slow, svn

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@SSE4 SSE4 force-pushed the autotools_msys_fix branch from 1599249 to 067dd6b Jan 27, 2019
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@SSE4 SSE4 force-pushed the autotools_msys_fix branch from 067dd6b to 7fa5d39 Jan 29, 2019
@memsharded memsharded merged commit dac7447 into conan-io:develop Jan 29, 2019
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