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[Bug libstdc++/25025] Failure to build, <command line>:1:2: error: missing '(' after predicate



------- Comment #4 from pda at freeshell dot org  2005-11-29 20:41 -------
Subject: Re:  Failure to build, <command line>:1:2: error: missing '(' after
predicate

On Sun, Nov 27, 2005 at 06:57:05PM -0000, danglin at gcc dot gnu dot org wrote:
> The "-Aa" option is likely the problem.  It's probably set in
> CFLAGS.  If you're using the HP tools, put the "-Aa" in your CC
> define.  There's more info in the manual on this.

No, I never put "-Aa" in CFLAGS, it's being added inside the gcc build
itself.  I tried your suggestion of adding "-Aa" to CC, but my build
fails much earlier in that case, due to not finding a definition of
"struct stat".  Do you care to know more about that?


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