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Re: bug in cygwin?

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On Sun, Jun 08, 2003 at 10:35:34AM -0700, Jordan Brown wrote:
>I'm trying to build Windows apps using cygwin.  My Makefiles worked with a 
>previous rev, and look like they probably work with gcc 2.95.3-10.  I just 
>downloaded a new cygwin, gcc 3.2-3, and the -mno-cygwin option causes 
>compiles to fail - they can't find cc1plus.  Without -mno-cygwin gcc is 
>correctly using a full path to cc1plus; with it, it's using an unqualified 
>I don't understand gcc configuration at all, but it looks to me like 
>there's a bug in the -mno-cygwin code you added in cygwin1.c.  It looks 
>like you're trying to modify *spec_machine to replace -cygwin with 
>-mingw32.  You copy the portion of the old value before the -cygwin, then 
>add -mingw32, but you never copy anything *after* the -cygwin.  Could this 
>be causing the symptom I'm seeing?
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