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Re: ada binary for cygwin


With your permission, I can post the binaries to a not-so limited location, say...

Shall I do this?

Does anyone have a better idea?


p.s. If you can only do one of these downloads per day... I got it.

On Wed, Sep 25, 2002 at 10:01:03AM +1000, Billinghurst, David (CRTS) wrote:
> I have build an ada compiler on cygwin using cygwin 
> branch of gcc-3.2.  The original bootstrap was done 
> a few months ago using a native PC version of GNAT.
> I forget the details but they were posted to the list
> back then.  I have no real interest in ada, but do use 
> it for testing gcc.
> The only real use for it is to use it as a bootstrap 
> compiler for your own build of gnat.  Just untar it
> anywhere, pop it in your path and away you go.
> If you REALLY want it, I have uploaded it to 
> Please don't download it unless you want it, as
> geocities only allow about one download a day.
> The site goes down for a while when the download
> the download limit is exceeded.  I will leave it 
> up for a few days, then blow it away.
> Built using the following, from cygwin branch of gcc-3.2
> CVS on pentium3.  I have had some problems trying the same
> on my pentium4 desktop.
> #!/bin/sh
> export PATH=/usr/local/gcc-3_2/bin:/usr/bin
> /usr/local/src/gcc-3.2c/configure \
>     --prefix=/usr/local/gcc-3_2 \
>     --enable-threads=posix \
>     --enable-languages=ada \
>     --disable-sjlj-exceptions \
>     --enable-nls \
>     --without-included-gettext \
>     --disable-shared > configure.log 2>&1
> make bootstrap-lean > build.log 2>&1 || exit
> (cd gcc; make gnatlib_and_tools >> ../build.log 2>&1 )
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