compilation problem

Brian Dessent brian@dessent.net
Tue Jan 31 09:53:00 GMT 2006


James HAUXWELL wrote:

> $ ./configure '--enable-languages=c' --enable-threads=posix

You're building inside the source directory.  That's not supported and
may break in strange ways.  You should build in a completely separate
build directory that is not a subdirectory of the source tree.  And give
the full path to configure when configuring.  This is explained in the
installation directions.

> $ gcc pestoes.c -mno-cygwin -v pestoes.exe

You built a Cygwin compiler but now you're asking it to use the mingw
compiler...

> gcc: error trying to exec 'cc1': execvp: No such file or directory

...which does not exist.  If you want to use a mingw compiler you will
have to build one (--target=mingw32).  If you want a Cygwin compiler
that has a working -mno-cygwin you will have to build both a Cygwin gcc
and a mingw gcc and install them in the same tree.  You may have to
tweak the specs file as well.  If your end goal is a mingw compiler then
just build one and call it directly, instead of trying to use
-mno-cygwin.

Brian



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