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Re: Erroneous -mt on Solaris i386


On Mar 8, 2006, at 2:27 PM, joelbberk@netscape.net wrote:
When I try to compile certain downloaded tarballs (especially those that
use the gtk+ libs) gcc passes "-mt" to cc1, which chokes with an "illegal
option error" message. The gcc docs say that this option is for the IA64
on HPUX. What can be done to fix this problem?

If you're describing a compiler bug, you should just file a bug report against the compiler.


If you're not sure if it is a comiler bug, you can ask on gcc-help by actually showing us the command line and the result of -v when compiling.


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