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- To: blythe at its dot caltech dot edu
- Subject: Re: gcc
- From: "Martin v. Loewis" <martin at loewis dot home dot cs dot tu-berlin dot de>
- Date: Mon, 29 May 2000 19:04:06 +0200
- CC: help-gcc at gnu dot org
- References: <39328AA7.69D9E74E@its.caltech.edu>
> I currently have an hpux10.20 system, and would like to load the gcc
> compiler onto it. The trouble is that the cc compiler shipped with the
> O/S doesn't support the ANSI standard. The result is that the “-g”
> option is ignored whenever it is encountered during the build process.
> This may or may not be a problem, but the build process ultimately
> terminates with an error: “bison: not found.” Is there a clue as to
> what I need to do to build gcc on my machine?
Where did you get the gcc source code from? bison should not be needed
when building gcc from the official distribution. You can safely
ignore the warning about -g.