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as: 'Unrecognized option'
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- Subject: as: 'Unrecognized option'
- From: Kris Kauper <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 29 Apr 1999 10:11:27 -0700
I'm trying to build a PC --> MIPS cross compiler. I first built the native
i586-pc-cygwin32 compiler successfully. I then did a
"configure --program-prefix=mips-lsi-elf- host=i586-pc-cygwin32
in src/gcc which completed successfully. However when I ran make, I got the
as -G 0 -O2 -g -g1 -nocpp -v -o libgcc1.o C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\ccq7JBKF.s
as: unrecognized option `-G'
There was a similar problem mentioned in the mailing list archives, but it
was related to Make mistakenly using the cross-assembler instead of the
native one. This problem seems to be the opposite.
Does anyone have any ideas on this?
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