'new' broken in 2-95.2

Chris Faylor cgf@cygnus.com
Fri Dec 31 13:28:00 GMT 1999


On Wed, Dec 15, 1999 at 06:59:56PM -0600, Mumit Khan wrote:
>On Wed, 15 Dec 1999, Norman Vine wrote:
>> The last couple of times I have installed cygnus
>> with gcc-2.95.2 I have gotten this troubling
>> error
>> 
>> /c/CYGNUS/CYGWIN~1/H-I586~1/BIN/../lib/gcc-lib/i586-cygwin32/2.95.2/include/new.
>> h:6: new: Permission denied
>> 
>> It is easily solved ( hacked ) by changing
>> c:\cygnus\cygwin-b20\H-i586-cygwin32\lib\gcc-lib\i586-cygwin32\2.95.2\include\new.h
>> line 6
>> //#include <new>
>> #include "new"
>> 
>> but I am wondering what else is broken that I am not
>> seeing ??
>> 
>> This is with a fresh install of
>> b20.1 full.exe
>> cygwin-inst-19991201.tar.gz
>> cygwin1-19991205.dll.gz
>> binutils-2.9.4-cygb20.tar.gz
>> gcc-2.95.2-cygb20.tar.gz
>> gcc-2.95.2-dev-ss.tar.gz
>> in that order
>
>The dev snapshots are for developers, and unless you're willing to
>switch back and forth and find a stable one, you're on your own.
>This is the usual caveat on using the nightly snapshots, which come
>without *any* guarantee that it will even run!

This is true, of course, but I'm not aware of any changes in the
snapshots which will cause a file to erroneously report "Permission
denied".

cgf

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