Don't try to execute directories
Wed Jun 16 18:22:00 GMT 1999
In article < firstname.lastname@example.org > you write:
>If you put `.' early in your PATH, and you run gcc in a binutils
>object directory, then gcc will attempt to execute the ld directory
>when doing a link.
For that matter, having '.' early in your PATH while building egcs
guarantees something will confuse the cp command and the cp/
subdirectory... not that much of a bummer, since having '.' early in
your PATH is a bad idea anyways.
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