installing gcc on Mac OS X
Fri Nov 9 08:13:00 GMT 2001
>>>>> "Liu" == Liu Yuen-Jong <email@example.com> writes:
Liu> Hi, I downloaded gcc 3.0.2 from gnu.org and tried to compile
Liu> it myself on an Apple PowerMac G4 running Mac OS X 10.1.
Liu> While in the source directory, I executed "./configure" which
Liu> ran fine. Then I executed "make install", which aborted with
Liu> the error messages at the end of this email. These messages
Liu> were from the second time I tried to make install. Could you
Liu> tell me what I'm doing wrong?
I suppose you're just not reading the installation instructions?!
Liu> Sincerely, Yuen-Jong Liu
First off, as clearly stated in the installation instructions you need
to build in a seperate directory -- NOT in the source directory.
Secondly, as clearly stated in the installation instructions you need
to run 'make bootstrap' to build a native compiler.
Read the manuals.
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