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



------- Comment #10 from mvanier at cs dot caltech dot edu  2008-11-15 01:01 -------
(In reply to comment #9)
> (In reply to comment #8)
> > 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. 
> 
> Still works on darwin and GNU/Linux.
> 

It works for me on darwin as well, but with gcc 4.0.1 (which is what MacPorts
provides).  Which version are you using?  I got the problem on gcc 4.3.2 on
Arch Linux.

Thanks for looking into this.

Mike


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