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RE: compile gcc 3.1 under cygwin
- From: Marcus Elderic Koenig <elderic at t-online dot de>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Mon, 17 Jun 2002 12:33:26 +0000 (UTC)
- Subject: RE: compile gcc 3.1 under cygwin
- Newsgroups: gmane.os.cygwin
- Organization: none
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"Dockeen" <email@example.com> wrote in
> One thing that gave me problems, and I should have known better is
> that it is not a good idea to do your configure, make bootstrap,
> make install steps from within the source directory you created
> when you unzipped and untarred the gcc source.
> I put my source in a directory called srcdir, which is within
> another directory called objdir. I run all of my commands from
> objdir, not srcdir.
> One question for comparison purposes David, my configure takes
> a couple of minutes, make bootstrap takes about an hour, and
> make install takes a couple of minutes. I am installing on a
> 1.1 GHz PIII, XP Pro, and I am building C,C++ and F77. What
> does your install typically run?
> Wayne Keen
exactly that was the problem :)
I ran it from within the source dir. This overwrote some
base Makefiles I think.
it took about 1.5 hours on my Celeron 500 to compile it.
configure took long, too.
install was handled in minutes.
thankx for the help, btw :)
have a nice day.
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