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RE: EXTERNAL: Re: GCC 4.1.1 Solaris 10 installation


Hey Jonathan,

Perfect, it looks like I was able to fully build GCC. I don't see any reported errors but I need to wait for someone to test it for me (I did a basic test and it worked).
I'll make a note that the Solaris tar command is bugged.

Thanks again for your help.

Matt

-----Original Message-----
From: Jonathan Wakely [mailto:jwakely.gcc@gmail.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, May 25, 2016 2:54 PM
To: Joseph, Matthew (CA) <matthew.joseph@lmco.com>
Cc: tprince@computer.org; gcc-help@gcc.gnu.org
Subject: Re: EXTERNAL: Re: GCC 4.1.1 Solaris 10 installation

On 25 May 2016 at 18:47, Joseph, Matthew wrote:
> Sorry about that Jonathan, I wasn't paying attention to what was above it. Sadly the system is on a closed LAN so it's tough to get the information over so I need to type it out. As you know the GCC outputs are quite large.
> If need be I can get the full log over, just takes time.
>
> /tmp/gcc-4.1.1/install-sh: /tmp/gcc-4.1.1/libstdc++-v3/include/ext/pb_assoc/detail/tree_assoc_cntnr/constructor_destructor_fn_imps.hpp does not exist
> /tmp/gcc-4.1.1/install-sh: /tmp/gcc-4.1.1/libstdc++-v3/include/ext/pb_assoc/detail/basic_assoc_cntnr/constructor_destructor_fn_imps.hpp does not exist
> /tmp/gcc-4.1.1/install-sh: /tmp/gcc-4.1.1/libstdc++-v3/include/ext/pb_assoc/detail/basic_assoc_cntnr/constructor_destructor_fn_imps.hpp does not exist
> /tmp/gcc-4.1.1/install-sh: /tmp/gcc-4.1.1/libstdc++-v3/include/ext/pb_assoc/detail/basic_hash_assoc_cntnr/constructor_destructor_fn_imps.hpp does not exist
> /tmp/gcc-4.1.1/install-sh: /tmp/gcc-4.1.1/libstdc++-v3/include/ext/pb_assoc/detail/basic_hash_assoc_cntnr/constructor_destructor_fn_imps.hpp does not exist
>
> Above those lines are a couple paragraphs of commands. They don't seem to contain any errors/warnings.
> Let me know though if those are not the output that we need.

OK I've seen this before: it's a bug in the Solaris tar command which
means those files were not extracted properly and their filenames were
truncated.

Use GNU tar (it's often installed as gtar, or maybe as
/usr/sfw/bin/tar) to extract the GCC sources and it should work.

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