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Re: New gcc-3.1.1 Release - g77
- From: "David A. Cobb" <superbiskit at cox dot net>
- To: Dockeen <dockeen at mchsi dot com>
- Cc: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2002 13:20:33 -0400
- Subject: Re: New gcc-3.1.1 Release - g77
- Organization: CoxNet User
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- Reply-to: cygwin at cygwin dot com, Superbiskit at cox dot net
Back in the Dark Days of 7/7/2000, Dockeen wrote:
Here's what I tried, without success!
It may be a while before he gets to it, he was up late last night
dealing with some schmuck, i.e. me. :-)
I will be very interested in how GNAT works into this. Although
some very nice people have sent me very nice directions as to
how to do the Ada bootstrap, I have avoided for some weird, fearful
Installed binary kit GNAT ( gcc-2.7 ) from NYU. Note, this is a Windoze
build, not Cygwin (AFAIK).
Point $CC and $CXX at the GNAT gcc, also put that dir at the head of my
Try running configure & make bootstrap for gcc-3.2-1.
I'm not totally surprised that it failed, however I /am/ surprised at
how and where. The 'C' and 'C++' and 'F77' builds went pretty well.
However, the Ada test in configure ( Testing whether gcc understands Ada
.... no ). failed.
My first thought was "of course, it doesn't unerstand Cygwin paths."
But, if that were true it should have failed completely on C, C++, and
F77 as well.
SO, if Dockeen, or anyone, can point me in the direction of creating a
bootstrap GNAT it would be greatly appreciated.
David A. Cobb, Software Engineer, Public Access Advocate
"By God's Grace I am a Christian man, by my actions a great sinner." -- The Way of a Pilgrim; R. M. French, tr.
Life is too short to tolerate crappy software.
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