cygwin toolkit: can't find stdio.h
Thu Jul 19 13:55:00 GMT 2001
> I installed cygwin toolkit from cygwin website(using "install
> from internet" option in setup).
> After installation, I tried to compile hello.c but I got below
> error message.
> (I installed this toolkit in C:\cygwin_toolkit)
> bash-2.05$gcc hello.c
> hello.c:1: stdio.h: No such file or directory
> A strange thing is that cpp ONLY searches(I confirmed this
> by specifying -v option to gcc.)
> even if "-idirafter /usr/include" is specifed in specs file.
> I don't understand why CPP does not search /usr/include.
On my install of cygwin, /usr/include is searched.
> Are there anything that I miss to setup after installation?
Take a look at http://sources.redhat.com/cygwin/ . There is a FAQ
on installation issues. If this doesn't help, try the cygwin mailing
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