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Re: [patch] remove unused_prefix_warnings (gcc.c, -B)



  In message <200009081955.PAA31191@envy.delorie.com>you write:
  > 
  > Because the -B option is heavily overloaded within gcc, it is no
  > longer possible to accurately determine if a -B prefix is used or not
  > (or if it's OK that it isn't used).  Thus, we should no longer warn if
  > we think a -B prefix isn't used.
  > 
  > Note: this warning is currently breaking libiberty's configure,
  > because cygwin uses -B to find crt0.o, but gcc emits the warning, and
  > configure thinks the compile fails, and decides that *no* headers
  > exist.
  > 
  > 2000-09-08  DJ Delorie  <dj@redhat.com>
  > 
  > 	* gcc.c (main): don't warn about unused -B prefixes
  > 	(unused_prefix_warnings): remove
Approved and installed.
jeff


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