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Re: Install of gcc-3.2.1 on i686-pc-linux-gnu (Mandrake 9.0)


John Vickers <jvickers@dial.pipex.com> writes:

> Install of full release - including Ada.
>
> Ada does not appear to be fully installed (though Ada builds without
> errors).
>
> This is what I get in ${bindir}:
>
> addr2name.awk*  gcc*     gnatbind*               jcf-dump*
> c++*            gccbug*  grepjar*                jv-convert*
> c++filt*        gcj*     i686-pc-linux-gnu-c++*  jv-scan*
> cpp*            gcjh*    i686-pc-linux-gnu-g++*  rmic*
> g++*            gcov*    i686-pc-linux-gnu-gcc*  rmiregistry*
> g77*            gij*     jar*
>
>
> Errors during make install consist mainly of (ignored)
> complaints that files in the ada "tools" target do not exist:
>
> [john@cherry gcc-3.2.1]$ grep 'does not exist' make_install.log | nl
>        1  install:  gnatbl does not exist
>        2  install:  ../../../sources/gcc-3.2.1/gcc-3.2.1/gcc/ada/gnatchop does not exist
>        3  install:  gnatchop does not exist
>        4  install:  gnatcmd does not exist
>        5  install:  gnatkr does not exist
>        6  install:  gnatlink does not exist
>        7  install:  gnatls does not exist
>        8  install:  gnatmake does not exist
>        9  install:  gnatmem does not exist
>       10  install:  gnatprep does not exist
>       11  install:  gnatpsta does not exist
>       12  install:  gnatpsys does not exist
>       13  install:  gnatxref does not exist
>       14  install:  gnatfind does not exist
>       15  install:  gnatdll does not exist

You need to run from toplevel this make  command to build the tools:
make -C gcc gnatlib_and_tools

Andreas
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