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Re: Weird behavior when using "-I" with gcc-2.95.2
On Thu, Apr 27, 2000 at 01:09:45PM -0500, Mumit Khan wrote:
>On Thu, 27 Apr 2000, Fontenot Larry A DLVA wrote:
>> Well that was very interesting. Everything compiles just fine on the local
>> hard disk when using the "-I ./". So then I tried my H:\ drive. That is a
>> drive I have mapped from a WinNT server. Once again, everything works just
>> fine. So then I went to my I:\ drive, which is a Sun Solaris file server
>> using SunLink software to emulate a WinNT server. That is when I start
>> having problems. Apparently, gcc is seeing something differently when
>> compiling on my I:\ drive. Should I try to use strace at this point to find
>> out what the difference might be?
>Normally I'd blame inode generation on remote drives, but that's not it
>since I've turned off inode based path lookup optimization in gcc.
>It does look like a problem with Cygwin interaction with SunLink (I know
>nothing of this software). Now that we know where the problem lies, we
>should try to isolate it by writing the shortest possible testcase. Maybe
>a problem with `stat' on SunLink server?
>I suppose the strace output may be a good place to start. It's going to be
>large, so do compress the output using gzip before posting. Hopefully the
>Cygwin gurus can take over and solve this mystery.
Can we at least try the latest snapshot first?
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