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Re: arm gcc on cygwin
Yes. That's the case.
David Starks-Browning wrote:
> On Friday 3 Aug 01, qiao guopei writes:
> > When I compile the program using "arm-elf-gcc" cross compile in cygwin
> > envrionment, the errors are as follows:
> > Assembler messages:
> > for reading.open
> > : No such file or directory
> > What's the problem?
> > There are no errors if I run as follows:
> > arm-elf-gcc -S test.c
> > arm-elf-as test.s
> This may be off-topic for the cygwin list. But it's very interesting,
> because the same thing happens to me using prc-tools, which is a
> m68k-palmos target for gcc, under cygwin.
> If you compile with 'arm-elf-gcc -v', I'll bet you'll find that
> arm-elf-as is called with no arguments. '/bin/strings as.exe' points
> "Can't open %s for reading."
> as the real message, which gets munged somehow.
> Apologies to the rest of the cygwin list. I did spend time at
> <http://sources.redhat.com/ml/crossgcc/> but nothing looked relevant,
> which makes me suspect this is Cygwin-related. (I don't assert it,
> just suspect it. :-)
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