m68k cygwin on NT (again)

Vermeulen Jan Jan.Vermeulen@siemens.atea.be
Fri Jun 1 07:15:00 GMT 2001


Hi again too David...

>>The mounting doesn't seem to work after i do a "mkdir /gcc-src".
>>
>>Administrator@PCF794 ~/src/m68kgcc
>>$ mount -t 'cygpath -w ../gcc-2.95.3/' /gcc-src
>>mount: /gcc-src: Invalid argument
>>
>>Administrator@PCF794 ~/src/m68kgcc
>>$

>  Look closely: you've used the single quotes (apostrophes) around the
>cygpath command, but my original version has back-tick quotes.  These are
>Unix shell metacharacters; whatever is enclosed in them is executed as
>a shell command, and whatever output it prints to stdout is captured and
>substituted back into the original command in place of the backtick 
>expression.  So the cygpath command gets executed to print out the windows
>equivalent pathway to the source directory, and that path is then put in
>the place of the backticks, giving a proper mount command.  On my keyboard,
>the backtick is the key at the top-left of the keyboard next to '1'.

aahhhh... Maybe it's time to stop using the 1600x1200 resolution on 
my 15" monitor.  ;-)
(and buy a pair of glasses while i'm at it too)


Thanx again for the help.

After i tried compiling gcc again, it spit out the, expected, library
errors.
Then i made newlib and changed the specs and libgcc1-test.c files
and re-compiled gcc...

Everything ran smoothly without further interruptions.
My cross m68k compiler seems to work fine.

Ciao,
Jan


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