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Re: "GCC is not found" and "compiler cannot create executables" errors
Thanks for the explanation.
This also solves another recent mystery (for me):
why I have unable to properly use another locally built program:
$ cygcheck /usr/local/sbin/lighttpd
cygcheck: C:\cygwin\usr\local\bin\cyglightcomp.dll is a symlink instead of a DLL
Not to mention the whole list of modules, also built as DLLs...
And -this is going to re-scope the subject- is there a way to
circumvent this limitation?
Other than pointing --prefix to /usr/local/ rather than
/usr/local/stow/package, not to lose
stow's little advantage to manage software as (pseudo)packages.
I mean, if I want to use this version (1.4.26) of lighttpd (BTW,
enhanced with IPV6, SSL and some other stuff -yet to test, though), am
I suppossed to build a standard cygwin package for this
I'd try to (learn how and) get that done, if necessary, but just
curious about it, too.
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