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Re: bash broken with cygwin 1.3.20?

On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 12:19:37PM +0100, Roland Schwingel wrote:
> Hi...
> A few days ago I updated to 1.3.20. Everything was fine till now...
> (All cygwin packages are up to date)
> I tried to recompile gcc (the one from FSF). I am having problems with
> running configure...
> I am on local drive. Imagine /cygdrive/c/temp.
> Image the gcc sources to be in the subfolder gcc-3.2.1
> As suggested by the buildmanual of gcc
> I do
> mkdir gcc-3.2.1_obj
> cd gcc-3.2.1_obj
> ../gcc-3.2.1/configure <whatever options>
> It fails with
> *** "Can't find  Try using --srcdir=some_dir"
> When trying it with --srcdir=../gcc-3.2.1 it gets a bit further and then 
> complains
> to be not able to find configuration package of gcc in
> /cygdrive/c/temp/gcc-3.2.1_objc/../gcc-3.2.1
> When specifying --srcdir=/cygdrive/c/temp/gcc-3.2.1
> I get the same error with a different location
> (/cygdrive/c/temp/gcc-3.2.1_objc//cygdrive/c/temp/gcc-3.2.1)
> When switching back to 1.3.19 (just that module/package nothing else)
> everything is fine again and works as expected (I donot even need to
> use --srcdir)

Sorry but somehow I don't see bash in this figure.


Corinna Vinschen                  Please, send mails regarding Cygwin to
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