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Re: Still hard, was: g77 Build Problems
- To: Martin Costabel <costabel at wanadoo dot fr>
- Subject: Re: Still hard, was: g77 Build Problems
- From: "Henry B. Hotz" <hotz at jpl dot nasa dot gov>
- Date: Tue, 8 May 2001 17:21:34 -0700
- Cc: Phil Edwards <pedwards at disaster dot jaj dot com>, "David A. Gatwood" <dgatwood at gatwood dot net>, "Craig A. Mattocks" <morfz at mindspring dot com>, Toon Moene <toon at moene dot indiv dot nluug dot nl>, Stan Shebs <shebs at apple dot com>, darwin-development at lists dot apple dot com, gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
>At 8:23 PM +0200 5/7/01, Martin Costabel wrote:
>>Here is the next one after the one you mentioned:
>In other words I don't have a prayer unless I play games with
>optimization levels. OK, I'm trying -O0 as I write. Thanks.
Ok, I did
setenv CFLAGS -O0
setenv BOOT_CFLAGS -g
../gcc/configure --enable-languages="c f77"
limit stack 800
The bootstrap target appeared to pass the stage2/3 compare properly.
The check target appeared to do nothing useful? I did
download/install dejagnu 1.4. Tcl is already there.
The problem I have now is that there is no f77 compiler there. There
are no files in the object tree with either a '7' or a '2c' in their
names at all.
I also did a make install and no f77 or g77 executable is installed.
A gcc of a fortran hello world program said
[localhost:~] hotz% gcc test.f
gcc: test.f: Fortran compiler not installed on this system
gcc: installation problem, cannot exec `#Fortrancollect2': No such
file or directory
I guess that's pretty conclusive. Now is there some quoting
convention for the enable-languages configure option that I need to
figure out? Reinspecting the configure docs on the web site I see
they are using commas instead of spaces to separate languages. Not
what I remember seeing, but worth a try if nobody tells me
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