[ANNOUNCE] Libgcj in gcc tree availability.

Alexandre Petit-Bianco apbianco@cygnus.com
Sun Dec 10 17:21:00 GMT 2000


Robert Lipe writes:

> I'm seeing the former.  If you happen to use gcc as your bootstrap
> compiler, this won't be terminal for you and in the volume of the
> build, you may not have noticed it.  I'm seeing it use the bootstrap
> compiler.

OK, here's something you can try. Go to the fastjar source directory,
nuke Makefile.in and generate it with the foreign and included
dependencies flags:

	$ rm Makefile.in
	$ automake -i -foreign

Then reconfigure fastjar in its build directory and restart the build.

./A


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