Trouble compiling GCC 2.7.0 under Solaris 2.3

Trouble compiling GCC 2.7.0 under Solaris 2.3

Post by Richard A Stee » Thu, 22 Jun 1995 04:00:00




Quote:

>I am trying to compile GCC 2.7.0 under Solaris 2.3 on a Sparc 10 with 4
>processors.  We got 2.5.8 to compile fine a while ago, but when I tried to
>compile 2.6.3 and later 2.7.0, they both failed with the same problem.

[snip]

>Craig Bates


I can't remember if fixincludes follows symbolic links, but do you have
a symbolic link in /usr/openwin/shares/include/X11 pointing to "."?

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Trouble compiling GCC 2.7.0 under Solaris 2.3

Post by Craig G Bat » Fri, 23 Jun 1995 04:00:00



|>

|> >
|> >
|> >I am trying to compile GCC 2.7.0 under Solaris 2.3 on a Sparc 10 with 4
|> >processors.  We got 2.5.8 to compile fine a while ago, but when I tried to
|> >compile 2.6.3 and later 2.7.0, they both failed with the same problem.
|>
|> [snip]
|>
|> >Craig Bates

|>
|> I can't remember if fixincludes follows symbolic links, but do you have
|> a symbolic link in /usr/openwin/shares/include/X11 pointing to "."?
|>
|> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|> Richard Steele           | My words are my own, not my employer's...        
|> Xerox Corporation        |

|> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|>
|>

There don't seem to be any symbolic links in the directory (that would
certainally do it), and nothing has changed since the earlier version
compiled so I am confused as to why it isn't working correctly.

Craig Bates


 
 
 

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