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Re: Still hard, was: g77 Build Problems


If you did not specify a new "prefix" then the files wre installed in 
/usr/local/bin and /usr/local/lib. To over-ride the version /usr/bin/cc 
you should ensure /usr/local/bin precedes /usr/bin in your PATH 
variable. Also, there is not gcc installed already so using gcc instead 
of cc will help.

Hope this helps.


On Tuesday, May 8, 2001, at 08:21 PM, Henry B. Hotz wrote:

Ok, I did
setenv CFLAGS -O0
setenv BOOT_CFLAGS -g
../gcc/configure --enable-languages="c f77"
limit stack 800
make all-libiberty
make bootstrap
make check

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 differently.

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