Help with Make
Fri Feb 1 13:49:00 GMT 2008
On Fri, Feb 01, 2008 at 01:41:48PM +0000, Richard Head wrote:
>> What kind of "not working"? If it's still saying "Not found", then it's got
>> to be not in the path after all; if it's some other error message now, tell us
>Still saying gcc: command not found, and d:\cygwin\bin is def in the path.
There isn't any mystery to how this works. If you really have d:\cygwin\bin
in your path and gcc is really in d:\cygwin\bin then any application, whether
cygwin-based or not, will find gcc.
In Windows your path should look something like:
We've reached the point where you need to provide the details mentioned at
http://cygwin.com/problems.html. The cygcheck output, in particular would
probably show what the problem is but you should run the cygcheck command
from outside of a cygwin shell.
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