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Re: top level configure isn't working


I just fixed this.

Andrew

Right now I can't run configure in src/; I get the following message:

papaya$ ./configure --enable-gdb-build-warnings=,-Werror
loading cache ./config.cache
checking host system type... i686-pc-linux-gnu
checking target system type... i686-pc-linux-gnu
checking build system type... i686-pc-linux-gnu
*** removing intl/Makefile to force reconfigure
*** removing mmalloc/Makefile to force reconfigure
*** removing libiberty/Makefile to force reconfigure
*** removing opcodes/Makefile to force reconfigure
*** removing bfd/Makefile to force reconfigure
*** removing readline/Makefile to force reconfigure
*** removing tcl/Makefile to force reconfigure
*** removing sim/Makefile to force reconfigure
*** removing gdb/Makefile to force reconfigure
*** removing etc/Makefile to force reconfigure
*** removing expect/Makefile to force reconfigure
*** removing dejagnu/Makefile to force reconfigure
*** removing utils/Makefile to force reconfigure
./configure: line 2707: syntax error near unexpected token `NCN_STRICT_CHECK_TOOL(AR,'
./configure: line 2707: `NCN_STRICT_CHECK_TOOL(AR, ar)'

Any suggestions as to what could be going wrong?  Is it my setup, or a
problem somewhere else?  I last built GDB in that directory chain on
Friday, though I'm not sure if I CVS updated in the top level that
day.

David Carlton
carlton@math.stanford.edu



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