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Re: [PATCH] Fix mingw32 bootstrap regression.


>  cc1 -E -lang-asm -quiet ...
> xgcc.exe: CreateProcess: No such file or directory
> 
> It tries to call cc1. I don't have that on my path. Is cc1 normal to
> call?

What's odd is that the xgcc line looks like, 
  /home/bobbybrasko/gcc/svn/build4/./gcc/xgcc  
  -B/home/bobbybrasko/gcc/svn/build4/./gcc/ ...
and the -B directory has 
  $ ls -al /home/bobbybrasko/gcc/svn/build4/./gcc/cc1.exe
  -rwxr-xr-x 1 bobbybrasko None 20303887 Dec 24 07:47
  /home/bobbybrasko/gcc/svn/build4/./gcc/cc1.exe
and
  /home/bobbybrasko/gcc/svn/build4/./gcc/xgcc -print-search-dirs 
  -B/home/bobbybrasko/gcc/svn/build4/./gcc/ ...
programs:
  =/home/bobbybrasko/gcc/svn/build4/gcc/mingw32/4.3.0/;
  /home/bobbybrasko/gcc/svn/build4/gcc/;
and there the directory is again with cc1.exe in it.

Why wouldn't gcc be able to find this?

Any ideas?
Bob Rossi


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