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Re: Compiling setup.exe with the new gcc-2

On Thu, Jul 11, 2002 at 05:03:35PM +0200, Pavel Tsekov wrote:
>Hello Nicholas,
>Thursday, July 11, 2002, 4:41:05 PM, you wrote:
>>> Which leads me to conclude that the logic for the gcc-2/g++-2 specs no
>>> longer includes /usr/include/w32api in its default search path.  
>>> Anyhow, I thought I'd post this for anyone who is trying to compile 
>>> setup.exe with the new gcc-2/g++-2.  The answer is to include 
>>> -I/usr/include/w32api in your CPPFLAGS until this gets cleared up.
>NW> Ok,
>NW> Strike that, that didn't fix the problem.  I'm looking into it now.
>windres is part of binutils not the gcc suite. I just hacked my way
>through this by setting --include-dir=/usr/include/w32api.. I guess
>a configure test doesn't get the proper value.

Hmm.  AFAIK, I haven't changed anything with the include logic.  I changed
things in gcc some time ago so that w32api wasn't included unless you
added a -mwin32 to your command line.  So, I don't know why this is
suddenly required.


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