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Re: Syntax error when configuring in gcc subdir
- To: Christian Jönsson <c dot christian dot joensson at telia dot com>
- Subject: Re: Syntax error when configuring in gcc subdir
- From: Zack Weinberg <zack at wolery dot cumb dot org>
- Date: Fri, 18 Aug 2000 23:42:50 -0700
- Cc: gcc-bugs at gcc dot gnu dot org
- References: <399E2A6B.59A0DE7D@telia.com>
On Sat, Aug 19, 2000 at 08:34:19AM +0200, Christian Jönsson wrote:
> I am using cvs sources (2000-08-19 about 08:25 +2000).
> This is on a Red Hat Linux 6.2/Intel system
> up to date as of today.
> When I run
> ../gcc/configure --enable-threads --enable-shared
> I get into the gcc subdir and exit with a failure from
> there. The error message is this:
> checking whether getrusage is declared... yes
> checking if mkdir takes one argument... no
> ../../gcc/gcc/configure: syntax error near unexpected token `<<<<<'
> ../../gcc/gcc/configure: ../../gcc/gcc/configure: line 6250: `<<<<<<<
> Configure in /usr/local/src/objdir-gcc-2000-08-19-0825+0200/gcc failed,
You have a merge conflict in gcc/configure. This is probably because
the Makefiles rebuilt your local copy of configure and then someone
changed the master copy. Delete gcc/configure and run a cvs update
from the top of the tree. You should see just
if it prints out any lines beginning with 'C', you still have merge
conflicts in those files, and you have to figure out why.