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Re: [MinGW] PR target/19970: Java unnecessarily disabled for MinGW in top-level configure

Ranjit Mathew <> writes:

> Ranjit Mathew wrote:
> >   Java and its libraries have been building for the MinGW
> > targets since at least GCC 3.3, but they are still enumerated
> > in noconfigdirs for MinGW targets in the top-level configure
> > script. Because of this, libgcj is not build for MinGW
> > even if --enable-languages lists java - an explicit
> > --enable-libgcj is needed to overcome this. Recently,
> > target-boehm-gc was also added to this list (and whereever
> > else ${libgcj} was listed), exacerbating the problem.
> The exacerbated problem is that even --enable-libgcj doesn't
> pull in Boehm-GC and neither does --enable-java-gc=boehm.
> The current situation is therefore something of a showstopper
> for Java on MinGW.

The same happens for IRIX 6, cf. PR bootstrap/27963.


Rainer Orth, Faculty of Technology, Bielefeld University

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