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RE: Linking problems
- To: <earnie_boyd at yahoo dot com>,"Cygwin" <cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com>
- Subject: RE: Linking problems
- From: "Andre Oliveira da Costa" <costa at cade dot com dot br>
- Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2000 15:58:00 -0200
> Get a binutils snapshot from Mumit's ftp site or rename collect2
> so that it's
> not found and ld is used directly.
Mmmh... been there, but the snapshots seem to be older than the binutils
package shipped with gcc-2.95.2:
(contents of directory /pub/khan/gnu-win32/cygb20/snapshots)
binutils-19990808/ dlltool/ gcc-2.95-19990715/
binutils-19990818/ gcc-2.95-19990609/ libstdc++-v3-19990717/
binutils-19990911/ gcc-2.95-19990626/ libstdc++-v3-2.90.7/
I am trying to download binutils-000127.tar.bz2 directly from
ftp://sourceware.cygnus.com, but I'm not sure I should use one of Mumit's
snapshots instead. Could you (or Mumit, or anybody ;) ) shed some light
here? In the meantime, I renamed collect2 to _collect2, and now I got the
good old message
foo.c: undefined reference to xxxx
back. Odd thing: the linker output message appears slowly on my terminal,
one char at a time (the rest of the output appears normally). Is this caused
by the absence of collect2?
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