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RE: Mingw gcc 2.95.1 compiling under NT
- To: "Kai Henningsen" <kai at cats dot ms>, <cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com>
- Subject: RE: Mingw gcc 2.95.1 compiling under NT
- From: "Suhaib Siddiqi" <sssiddiqi at ipass dot net>
- Date: Fri, 8 Oct 1999 11:28:08 -0400
- Reply-To: <ssiddiqi at nspm dot ipass dot net>
Looking forward to your diff files for MingW32 ;-) I managed to
PGCC 2.95.1 using Mumits patches for GCC 2.95, and PGCC patches for
2.95.1 for Cygwin.
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> Kai Henningsen
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> Subject: Mingw gcc 2.95.1 compiling under NT
> Just to tell that I seem to have this mostly running now.
> I'll wait a
> few days to see if anything bad shows up before I post
> diffs and a
> In short,
> ../configure -v --host=mingw32 --enable-shared
> --with-threads=win32 --prefix=/gcc-2.95.1-mingw32/
> libstdc++ broke because of some wrong path, which I didn't bother
> about because I don't need C++ (but thread support for
> I do need, which is why I did this in the first place).
> Prerequisites: 20.1, fairly new CYGWIN1.DLL, Mumit Khan's 2.95
> mingw port. Stage 2/3 compare breaks because the binaries
> contain stageX path names - I'm ignoring this.
> If I understand Mumit Khan's web page right, he did this
> as a cross
> compiler. I did it native.
> Regards - Kai Henningsen
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