gcc 3.0.1

David Korn dkorn@pixelpower.com
Mon Oct 22 02:02:00 GMT 2001


>-----Original Message-----
>From: William A. Gatliff [ mailto:bgat@saturn.billgatliff.com ]
>Sent: 21 October 2001 03:02

>I haven't tried building gcc-3.x anywhere, but you may try configuring
>with --with-included-gettext.  I think I remember there being
>something about that somewhere.... or maybe not.  I dunno.  :^)

   For 2.95.x compilers under cygwin, the right answer is indeed to
add --with-included-gettext to the configure command and delete or rename
the texinfo subdirectory in the gcc top-level source dir.  

  I had the impression this was meant to be unnecessary with 3.x versions,
but it may have been more recent cygwin versions that made it unneccessary,
I can't remember which it actually depended on.

  Anyway if you've tried it with, try it without, if you've tried it 
without, try it with, and if you're using cygwin 1.3 + , consider trying
it under 1.1.x instead if you still have an old installation handy...

      DaveK
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