[Fwd: Cygwin Question]
Fri Dec 31 13:28:00 GMT 1999
--- "Charles S. Wilson" <email@example.com> wrote:
> 3) get that working well <<<<<<<< VERY important. Don't try to fix a
> broken installation piling on more programs when the foundation isn't
Very good point.
> 4) install latest snapshots (watch out -- threads are enabled as of
> 5) install gcc-2.95.2-for-b20.1, then install the snapshot updates to
> This is as good a time as any to bring up a point. Since I was using the
> cygwin snapshots on top of b20.1, I downloaded and installed Mumit's
> b20.1 distro and then overlaid his "snapshot updates". However, this
> configuration seems to be tuned for a standard b20.1 directory
> structure. Since I had flattened mine, gcc looked in all the wrong
> places for its headers and libs, so I had to set lots of environment
> variables (GCC_EXEC_PREFIX, C_INCLUDE_PATH, CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH, etc) to
> persuade gcc to play nicely.
> Should I have installed the gcc-2.95.2-for-CygwinCD-V1.0 version
I typically extract into a depot directory, test, then move the pieces. I have
even installed into a seperate environment to test, especially cygwin
snapshots. You never know when you'll run into an archive with a bad bit
somewhere or a broken snapshot.
Earnie Boyd < mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org >
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