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Re: where to find nslookup for Cygwin?
- To: Corinna Vinschen <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Subject: Re: where to find nslookup for Cygwin?
- From: "Stephen C. Biggs" <s_c_biggs at bigfoot dot com>
- Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2000 03:23:13 -0800
- References: <3A3E9F45.2707.CB405@localhost>
- Reply-to: s_c_biggs at bigfoot dot com
On 19 Dec 2000, at 11:53, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> On Tuesday 19 December 2000 08:35, Stephen C. Biggs wrote:
> > On 18 Dec 2000, at 9:44, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> > > BTW: Please build your binary package so that it uses /usr/local as
> > > prefix (which should be the default) and not /usr. This way it's
> > > easier to distinguish between packages from the base distribution
> > > and external packages.
> > I have no problem with this, and I happen to agree that this is the
> > way it should be... however, this will break compiles of external
> > packages in cygwin that need the installed include files because of
> > the system search order in gcc that is configured by cygwin.
> > See my post entitled: "strange GCC system include search order".
> > What this forces people to do is:
> > export 'CFLAGS=-isystem /usr/local/include'
> > which seems wrong to me; i.e. it is defined as a system include path
> > in most if not all other installations of gcc on Unix.
> You are right but this shouldn't influence your package. It's a problem
> in the gcc configuration. IMO this should be changed in gcc but not
> result in changing the package scheme.
> BTW: I don't have that problem since I have set the environment
> variables C_INCLUDE_PATH and CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH to /usr/local/include.
Thanks. Am I right in assuming that the correct way to set these
variables is in /etc/profile as so:
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