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Re: gcc broken in 1.3.9 ?
- From: Pavel Tsekov <ptsekov at syntrex dot com>
- To: "Larry Hall (RFK Partners, Inc)" <lhall at rfk dot com>
- Cc: Phil Smith <aphilsmith at hotmail dot com>, cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Fri, 01 Feb 2002 16:11:24 +0100
- Subject: Re: gcc broken in 1.3.9 ?
- References: <F137kG0rm3rxUn3AkTR000236e8@hotmail.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Larry Hall (RFK Partners, Inc) wrote:
> At 03:47 AM 2/1/2002, Pavel Tsekov wrote:
>>Maybe you haven't installed the gcc or binutils package. To bring
>>everything back to normal just run again the setup.exe program and
>>make sure you select both binutils and gcc packages. If the problem
>>still persists you have to attach the output of the failing build
>>and send it to the list.
>>Phil Smith wrote:
>>>After installing Cygwin 1.3.9, I found I could no longer compile any sources with gcc. I installed it on top of a Cygwin 1.3.3 installation which I have been using for many months to build successfully port new versions of gdb, tcl, tk and a very large set of application code. What might be the problem ?
> Hm. Unless something is broken or there was a cockpit error, installing
> gcc should install binutils by default via setup. Is this not the case?
What if Phile left gcc in te skip state ? Well maybe I've assumed too
much :( Still I hope he will provide the output of the build.
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