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Re: how to run "make check" (bug in FAQ)
Following-up to my own post:
Thank you very much!
"make check" is now running on my system.
Unfortunately, it seems to hang and make no progress. The last line
of output is:
> running ./mingw-cygload.exe -cygwin C:/cygwin/oss/build/i686-pc-
cygwin/winsup/cygwin/cygwin0.dll > ./mingw-cygwin.log
It's been running for at least an hour and a half now. Task Manager
says that no processes are using significant CPU.
The only thing that I did that wasn't quite by-the-book was running ./
configure and make and make check inside some of the subdirectories
of /oss/src, as earlier posted. Could that be causing this make
check to hang? Can I recover from that more efficiently than doing a
full fresh CVS checkout?
Thanks for your help.
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