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RE: Problem with gcc 3.4.4-1 and -mno-cygwin switch

----Original Message----
>From: Christopher Faylor
>Sent: 09 June 2005 19:08

> On Thu, Jun 09, 2005 at 11:05:40AM -0700, David Rothenberger wrote:
>> I ran Cygwin Setup today and noticed that gcc 3.4.4-1 had moved out of
>> test, so I upgraded it. I then tried to build the cygwin DLL and
>> utilites from CVS and ran into a problem compiling cygcheck.
>> g++: installation problem, cannot exec 'cc1plus': No such file or
>> directory 
>> I get the same error when compiling any program with the -mno-cygwin
>> switch. I passed the -v switch to gcc and noticed it was invoking
>> cc1plus without an absolute path, just "cc1plus ...."
>> Was gcc 3.4.4-1 intentionally moved out of test? Is this a known
>> problem? I tried the latest mingw test packages but that didn't help. Do
>> I need to do something else? Should this be taken up with the mingw
>> group instead? Have I asked enough questions?
> I can't answer many of the above but this is not an issue for the mingw
> group.  It's a cygwin gcc configuration problem.
> cgf

  So the next question has to be 'What does "gcc -print-search-dirs" show,
and how does it compare to "gcc -mno-cygwin -print-search-dirs"?'

Can't think of a witty .sigline today....

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