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Re: GCC compiler cannot create executables.

At 02:28 AM 12/6/2002, Ryan Budge wrote:

>Hello list.
>Im having some trouble getting gcc working.  I am trying to compile the
>CVS for coldsync but it doesn't work.  I have done the same procedures
>on my BSD 4.7 box and all works fine.
>I have :- 
>Windows XP Pro.
>Cygwin 1.3.15-2
>Gcc 3.2-3
>And others..
>In my cvs directory I run :- 
>And I get : -
>Configure : error : installation or configuration problem : c compiler
>cannot create executables.
>I did google but I could not find any real answers.
>Any ideas.
>Im attaching the output of cygcheck -c and config.log. 

Why not attach all the information asked for at

It looks like the Cygwin gcc package and dependencies are installed.  
My guess you had some other compiler package installed already and/or
some environment variables for the compiler are set in your environment
that are getting in the way.  That's just a guess of course, since I 
don't have the output of cygcheck -s -r -v to verify that.  If that's
not the problem, you might try reinstalling.  But now I'm just grasping 
at straws for ideas.  You need to check out your environment/installation.
That's definitely where the problem is.

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