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Re: Specifying package version in command line of setup
- From: Alexey Sokolov <alexey+cygwin at asokolov dot org>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Sat, 3 Oct 2015 19:53:28 +0100
- Subject: Re: Specifying package version in command line of setup
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Ah, that helped, thanks. This dependency is missing from gcc-4 though.
> You can not have gcc-4 and ggc-5 installed at the same time with
Yes, sure, I didn't try to install both at the same time. I wanted to
install some version which is working. Gcc-4 didn't run due to error
above, and I didn't find a way to install gcc-5 without GUI.
I thought that it's related to gcc-5 because of
And before upload of gcc-5 to the archive, gcc-4 was working fine when
installed this way (just gcc-g++, without explicit libisl10)
>> Is there some way to specify on command line:
>> * which version of which package I want to install,
>> * or to enable installation of test versions?
> not that I am aware of.
This would enable me to install gcc-5, which is another way to
workaround problem of a non-working gcc-4. Such features would be useful
in other situations too.
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