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[Bug c/37995] using <stdio.h> fails if gcc invoked in a directory which has a subdirectory called "gcc"



------- Comment #8 from mvanier at cs dot caltech dot edu  2008-11-15 00:50 -------
(In reply to comment #7)
> I compile all the time in a directory which contains a gcc directory on
> GNU/Linux, Darwin and even under windows.
> 

Is "." in your PATH environment variable?  As I've already mentioned, it works
fine if "." is not in the path.  Now, one can argue that "." should not be in
the path anyway, but it doesn't seem to me that gcc should be enforcing this. 


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